The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children face the end of an era as they prepare for a big move that could change everything.
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s summer vacation with their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis is bittersweet this year, as it could be one of the last “ordinary” vacations the family will enjoy.
While they will be able to get some relief from their recent public streak, including Prince George’s debut at Wimbledon. (Opens in a new tab)The family faces some ‘frightening’ changes, namely moving to Windsor.
It has been confirmed, after much speculation, that Cambridges’ are moving to Adelaide Cottage on the Windsor Estate. (Opens in a new tab)To be closer to the Queen.
The move means new schools for George, Charlotte and Lewis and will see the family spend more time in London, away from their home in Norfolk at Amner Hall – rather than the balance of country and city life we’re used to seeing from them.
Talk to OK! (Opens in a new tab)Royal expert Katie Nichols explained, “Although their new life in Windsor is about to begin, summer on the coast will provide a sense of normalcy.
“The Cambridge family will see a great deal of changes in the coming weeks; in addition to moving to Windsor, George, Charlotte and Lewis are all set to enroll in the new schools, an understandably daunting concept.”
Before adding, “Up until this point they have maintained a happy balance between city and country – London and Norfolk – but if Windsor works with them on a ‘full-time’ basis, it is very likely that they will remain there for the foreseeable future.”
While the family will continue to use their Norfolk home, they likely won’t be able to visit it as frequently – which would be a blow, as they enjoyed some great memories there.
In fact, they spent quite a bit of time there during the Covid-19 pandemic, which saw Prince George and Princess Charlotte ride horses. (Opens in a new tab) in Earth.