Prince William and Kate Decide To Move To Adelaide Cottage With Kids
United kingdom– Families where ‘kids come first’ are homes the next generation is well taken care of. UK’s Prince Williams and Duchess of Cambridge Kate are all set to change their place of stay, all for the sake of their three kids. They royal couple has decided to move to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor’s Home Park, with the children able to attend the same school near Ascot for the first time.
The three kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louise will be joining a co-educational preparatory school, Lambrook, near Ascot in Berkshire this September. The couple becomes the second to move out of the palace for personal reasons.
First was Prince Harry to move out with his better half; this one is also with the blessings of the queen and has a sweeter taste to it, as another new age couple intends to have more freedom of their kids this time.
With the movement, the royal couple has decided to ensure all three kids can study in a more free environment, though their education would cost them in excess of £50,000 ($59,000) a year.
Queen Elizabeth II is said to have given them permission to lease the four-bedroom, Grade II listed cottage, which belongs to the Crown Estate. It was built for Queen Adelaide in 1831 and is only a 10-minute walk from Windsor Castle. A royal source said being able to be close to the Queen, 96, was a factor in the move.
All the royalty, it is a fact, is hugely maintained through the taxpayers’ money. William and Kate will continue to retain Kensington Palace’s Apartment 1A, which was refurbished with £4.5 million of taxpayers’ money in 2013, as their official residence and their working base. The apartment will continue to house their office staff.