William and Kate will live in Windsor when he is king, despite the £12million refurbishment of Kensington Palace

Prince William and Kate Middleton, known as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, are reportedly planning to spend less time at Kensington Palace and eventually leave London

Kate and William won’t be making Kensington Palace their full-time home – despite reports saying £12million has been spent on the refurbishment

Prince William and Kate Middleton will reportedly live at Windsor Castle when he becomes king, despite a recent £12million refurbishment of Kensington Palace.

Prince George, eight, and Princess Charlotte, seven, are believed to be leaving their preparatory school near Kensington Palace at the end of this term.

They are expected to enroll in a private co-educational school in Berkshire, near the home of the Duchess’ parents, the Middletons, in Bucklebury, a 45-minute drive from Windsor Castle.

Prince Louis, four, who has found new fame after his flamboyant performance during the Platinum Jubilee weekend, will join them at the new school.

William, who turns 40 next week, recently joked that he finds the milestone “so scary” and so he and his wife have reportedly made the big decision about their future.







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Kensington Palace will remain their home in London and the family will also regularly visit the Anmer Hall in Norfolk.

But Kensington was recently renovated to the reported value of around £12million so Kate and William could “move in safely”.

The list reported: “Kate ‘absolutely adored’ the house and also loved the property’s location off Kensington High Street.

“However, a great deal of work was required for the royal couple to move safely in.”

According to The Week, the refurbishment cost around £12million and required more than 100 workers.







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It was reported last month that Kate and William had identified Adelaide Cottage, a picturesque building just minutes from Windsor Castle, as their future home, but it remains to be seen if this is the exact location the couple have their sights set on.

But regardless, a big move would bring a new lifestyle and family dynamic to the Cambridges, who are reportedly looking forward to the extra freedom for their young children that the vast, secure Windsor estate will offer.

A source tells Daily Telegraph today: “The reality is that in London they are quite limited in what they can do.

“The kids can’t go to the park and play soccer with friends. Her plan is to stay there for the next 10 to 15 years and then move to Anmer, which is so special to her.”







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Another friend said William “fully accepts doing his duty and doing what the public expects of him without paying too much attention to what he would have liked to do in another world.”

William reflected thoughtfully on last month’s State Opening of Parliament and the national Jubilee Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s, where the Queen was unexpectedly absent.

A friend said that’s because William “knows that the future (of the monarchy) rests on his, Catherine’s and his children’s shoulders, and that’s a lot of pressure.”

And during an engagement with a youth organization in Wolverhampton, West Midlands, last year with Kate, who turned 40 in January, William joked: “We still call ourselves young but we’re not.

“I don’t see myself as young anymore.”

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The prince was spotted selling the Big Issue on the streets of London last week, drawing praise from royalists.

Passing by in the center of the capital, Matthew Gardner’s brother-in-law was shocked to see William in the magazine’s red vest and baseball cap.

Mr Gardner said: “What an honor to have a private moment with our future king, who was humble and quietly working in the background, helping those most in need.

“These ‘silent gestures’ are often not recognized.”

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