Prince William and Kate Middleton move from a large palace to a small cottage

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 Prince William and Kate Middleton move from big palace to little cottage

Prince William and Kate Middleton are moving with their children from Kensington Palace, which is located in the western part of London, to a small Adelaide cottage. The house is a 10-minute walk from Windsor Castle, where Queen Elizabeth II lives. This was previously reported, and now the Cambridges have officially announced their move.

Vikhnov's house has only four bedrooms, a living room and several office spaces. It is certainly much smaller than the large Kensington Palace. Thus, William and Kate are trying to emphasize that they are a young modern family that does not need luxury.

Some British newspapers believe that the choice of a cottage in Windsor— it's also a small stone in the city of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. As you know, the Sussexes live in a huge mansion in California, which they bought for $14 million.

The cottage was built in 1831 for the wife of William IV, Queen Adelaide. Hence the current name of the house. He is in very good condition. Minor repairs were needed. In addition, the security service insisted on small changes. All this was inexpensive.

Another reason to move— care of clothes. The Duke and Duchess want George, Charlotte and Louis to grow up in a peaceful atmosphere away from noisy London. Windsor has beautiful nature and clean air.

Finally, the third reason for moving— ElizabethII. The Queen decided that most of the time she would live at Windsor Castle. Such a neighborhood once again emphasizes the closeness between William and his grandmother. Such a trusting relationship between them strengthens the role of the Duke of Cambridge in public affairs.

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