Forming a modern royal family, Prince William, Kate Middleton and their three children seem to live a peaceful life far from London. A completely fulfilled and happy family according to the indiscretions of a relative of the couple who tells the backstage of their move.
Big upheavals last September at the Cambridges who had announced that they were leaving Kensington Palace, in west London, to install their new Home sweet home at Adelaide Cottage, a cottage which is part of the Windsor Castle estate.
A new chapter in the life of William and Kate who wish to offer their three children George, 9, Charlotte, 7, and Louis, 4, a more conducive environment for their development, far from the protocol of the court in London. Nestled in Berkshire, this new, more 'modest' haven of peace with four bedrooms and surrounded by greenery, displays an elegant simplicity that seems to have conquered the princely couple. But who says move, says change of school also for George, Charlotte and Louis. The three children are now schooled at the Lambrook School, a coeducational private school located near Ascot about a fifteen minute drive from their new home.
If their return to school has been somewhat disrupted by the death of Elizabeth II on September 8, the new Prince and Princess of Wales seem to be enjoying life away from the hustle and bustle of London as the magazine reports People . In Windsor, the family enjoys the parks and countryside where Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis can play freely. ' They love that the kids can get out on their bikes and ride around the estate, and they are all very excited to meet everyone ', says a friend. ' It's a real little community “confided a source close to the princely cup to the magazine.
Kate Middleton wishing that his children receive as normal an education as possible, the princess seems to have taken some liberties at Adelaide Cottage and to have freed herself from royal traditions . William's wife notably prefers to keep George at home rather than sending her son to boarding school. As for the nanny, Maria Turrion Borrallo, she is living separately from the family for the first time. Finally, the prince William and Kate wish to drop off and pick up their children from school themselves most of the time. Their life is that of a ' modern royal family doing normal things sums up a close friend of the family.
After a particularly stressful month of September darkened by the Queen's funeral, Kate Middleton, Prince William and their three children seem to have found some serenity in Berkshire. George, Charlotte and Louis have adapted very well to this new city, they are having a lot of fun and seem very happy to have new neighbors reports the source.
The whole little family is expected next May at the coronation of the new sovereign, King Charles III.Source journaldesfemmes.fr