The Prince and Princess of Wales are expected to move to Windsor Castle but will postpone the transfer to prevent their children’s lives from facing further turmoil, it has been claimed.
Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, went home, started a new school and lost their ‘gana-gana’ in just six days.
As The Telegraph reports, the couple has told courtiers that they hope to give their children time to settle down at school.
A source told the newspaper: ‘When it comes to making decisions about royal assets they will not start from scratch as there has been a lot of conversation about it over the years, but when it comes to family dynamics Things can change. taken into account and they want as little disruption as possible in their children’s lives right now.
The Prince and Princess of Wales will postpone their visit to Windsor Castle to prevent their children’s lives from facing further turmoil
Princess George and Louis and Princess Charlotte moved home, started a new school and lost their ‘gana-gana’ in just six days
Wells only moved last week from her previous home at Kensington Palace to Adelaide Cottage (pictured) on the Windsor Castle estate
However, after the Queen died peacefully at Balmoral Castle on Thursday at the age of 96, William and Catherine could visit Windsor Castle with their children.
‘They are very happy in Windsor right now and for the next decade or so a lot will depend on what is right for the kids.’
The people of Wales moved into their new home at Adelaide Cottage on the Windsor Estate last week. The family had previously been based at Kensington Palace.
William and Kate sought a life in the country away from the ‘goldfish bowl’ of their official residence in London to put their children first and give them more freedom.
In addition to the move home, the couple enrolled the children at the £7,000-a-term Lambrock School, which is just a short walk from their new home.
William and Kate went to ‘settle down’ with the children on Wednesday afternoon, hours before the Queen died.
Prince William and Kate Middleton and their family reportedly ‘travel lights’ at their new home, Adelaide Cottage (pictured above in 2013) and didn’t need a pricey renovation
The Cambridges moved to the Cottage to be closer to their children’s new school Ascot when the term began. Pictured: Charlotte as she arrives for her first day of school in 2019 with her brother Prince George and his parents in Thomas’s Battersea, London
Princess George, nine, and Louis, four, and Princess Charlotte, seven, started at the £7,000-a-term elite Lambrooke School (pictured above) in Berkshire after a switch from St Thomas’ School in Battersea.
Lambrooke School (pictured above) is located in the sleepy rural village of Winkfield Row and will be the new school for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis of Cambridge.
Since the death of Her Majesty the Queen, it became more likely to move to Windsor Castle or one of the larger houses of the Windsor Estate.
This resulted in William and Catherine’s change in royal seniority and status when the King stated that they would become Prince and Princess of Wales.
As the eldest son of Charles, 40, William has received the title of Duke of Cornwall and the Scottish titles of Duke of Rothesay, Earl of Carrick, Baron of Renfrew, Lord of the Isles and Prince and Great Steward of Scotland.
Kate Middleton says she ‘appreciates’ the history associated with playing the Princess of Wales but wants to forge her own ‘path’.
Tomorrow Catherine, Princess of Wales, Prince William, Prince of Wales, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, on the long walk to greet well-wishers at Windsor Castle
Meghan is seen admiring Kate as the four admire the wreath given to the Queen. After this all four met well-wishers
The Prince of Wales paid tribute to his late ‘Granny’ Queen Elizabeth II yesterday, describing the beloved monarch as an ‘extraordinary leader’ whose commitment to the country, the region and the Commonwealth was complete. In a heartwarming statement, Prince William revealed how His Majesty – who died at Balmoral Castle on Thursday at the age of 96 – has given him and his wife Kate Middleton ‘wisdom and reassurance’ and their children’ Gave memories that will last for a lifetime’
As King Charles III bestowed the title of Prince of Wales on William, he asked him to ‘bring the frontier to center ground’.
It is likely that the Prince and Princess of Wales will aim to make high-profile visits to more marginalized areas to bring more attention and support to those places.
Prince William already has a keen interest in promoting mental health and wellbeing as well as homeless charities, while Princess Catherine has been a part of primary education and anti-bullying campaigns over the years.
The benefit of royals visiting marginalized areas is not only to draw attention to the place, but to inspire real change.
While politicians may only be in their roles for a short time, the royal family isn’t going anywhere.
This could mean that if they set up a community task force to tackle certain issues, members would know that they would have to directly explain to the royals if progress didn’t happen.