Why are Prince William and Kate Middleton moving closer to Queen Elizabeth at Windsor

 

Prince William and Kate Middleton are house hunting. They are looking at houses located in Windsor, as Queen Elizabeth II has been residing in Windsor Castle from quite a while. Will and Kat have spent more of their married life between Kensington Palace, a beautiful residence that overlooks the sprawling Kensington Gardens in Central London and is close to Buckingham Palace and in their estate in Norfolk.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are planning to move closer to the Queen as she is reportedly permanently residing at Windsor Castle for several reasons including her increasing age as she is 95-years old and also because of her recent COVID infection.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are looking at a few royal properties including Frogmore House and Adelaide Cottage. These royal homes in Windsor could be a good fit for the five member royal family consisting of Prince William, Kate Middleton, Princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte.



Queen Elizabeth is spending almost all of her time in Windsor Castle. She moved to Windsor due to ill health including a recent bout of COVID. She is 96-years old. The castle is about 20 miles away from London, in sylvan surroundings. Prince Andrew lives very close by. This has also caused speculation that the future King and his consort would like to live close to the Queen.

Despite being in the public eye for several unfortunate incidents, it was Prince Andrew who escorted the Queen when she attended the memorial service of her husband Prince Philip. It was not a surprise to many  members of the family and the public as they were expecting the Prince to take on more proactive role. There has also been a lot of speculation from decades that Prince Andrew is her favorite child.

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