In an effort to provide their children with a “normal” family life, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge plan to relocate their family outside of London while school is in session.
In a statement released on Monday, Kensington Palace announced the choice to relocate the children’s school.
The royal source claims that Adelaide Cottage, a four-bedroom home on the grounds of Windsor Castle in Berkshire, roughly 25 miles outside of London, will be home to Prince William, Kate, and their kids. The family will be closer to Kate’s family, who dwell in the same county, and Queen Elizabeth II, who also resides in Windsor Castle, as a result of the move.
The primary house of the Cambridge family will continue to be Kensington Palace.
Although arrangements may be made for a nanny on the estate, there are presently no plans for any live-in help.
The couple’s three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, will all transfer to Lambrook School, a prominent fee-paying school close to Windsor, according to the announcement.
A prominent co-educational Prep School for 615 boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 13 is what the school is referred to as on its website, which is located in 52 acres of stunning Berkshire countryside.
The school’s headmaster, Jonathan Perry, was quoted in the palace statement as saying: “We are delighted that Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will be joining us this coming September and very much look forward to welcoming the family, as well as all of our new pupils, to our school community.”
William and Kate expressed their appreciation to Thomas’s Battersea, their kids’ old school in London, for giving George and Charlotte such a “happy start.”
Ben Thomas, head of Thomas’ London Day Schools, expressed gratitude to Charlotte and George for “upholding the school’s ideals and for their numerous contributions to school life” in the same statement and wished them luck at their new school.
The decision will enable William and Kate to be “active parents at a busy school,” the royal source told CNN.
“They want to be as normal a family as possible,” the source added.