Prince William and Kate Middleton reportedly have plans to move to Kensington Palace in London this year. They will move from Anmer Hall in Norfolk, a gift from the Queen during their wedding back in 2011. Before the couple moved into Anmer Hall, the place got renovated for $6.5 million. And, the two only started to live there from 2014. They decided to move from Norfolk to the city of London. They find it’s easier to attend social functions in the capital, says the Kensington Palace in a statement.
They are very serious in continuing their official duties in behalf of the Queen. Other reasons include their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte who are about to start school . The couple plans to put the two kids to school in London. The little Prince is currently attending the Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk.
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In addition, Prince George will start school in London this September. Princess Charlotte, on the other hand, will start nursery, reports Latin Post. There are a lot of speculations that the two royalties will attend the Wetherby Preparatory School, just like their father Prince William and uncle, Prince Harry. Prince William also gave up his job as an air ambulance pilot for two years, reports Vanity Fair. Kate, however, plans to concentrate more on motherhood, now that her two kids are growing up.
Prince William, in a statement, expressed his gratitude to the East Anglian Air Ambulance whom he worked with for two years. He said that it was a great privilege to fly with them. The experience he gained as a pilot will help him in his future royal projects. There are a lot of excited people in London as they will see more and more of the royal family, now that their move to London is coming. Everyone in Norfolk, especially their friends and coworkers, will surely miss them.
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