There are hardly any opportunities for development in London for small children of royals. That’s another reason why Prince William and Duchess Kate are planning to move to Windsor.

According to a media report, British Prince William and his family want to move.

A few days before William’s 40th birthday on June 21, the “Sunday Times” reported that the family would move from London to a house in the county of Berkshire in the summer, which is located on Queen Elizabeth II’s Windsor estate (96). . One reason is that the Queen’s grandson and his wife Duchess Kate (40) wanted to give their children Prince George (8), Princess Charlotte (7) and Prince Louis (4) more freedom.

According to the newspaper, George and Charlotte will leave their current school in the summer and are expected to join their younger brother at a new school near Windsor in the future. The family wants to keep their current home in London’s Kensington Palace, which has been their main residence since 2017. Your press office will also continue to be based there. They will also continue to frequent Anmer Hall in Norfolk – the plan is to make this property their permanent home after their children leave school. The plans have not yet been officially confirmed.

One perk of living in Berkshire would be that Kate’s parents are only a 45 minute drive away. According to the “Times”, the freedoms for children in particular should play an important role. “The reality is they are quite limited in what they can do in London,” the newspaper quoted a family friend as saying. The kids couldn’t just go to the park and play soccer with friends.