The Cambridges Consider Move Back to London


It is rumoured that the Cambridges may be considering a move back to their London residence of Kensington Palace in 2017.

Since becoming parents only three short years ago, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have created their perfect family home at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, in an attempt to give their children the best opportunity of having a ‘normal’ childhood. However, the royal couple seem to now have their sights set on a move back to Kensington Palace in London.

It is thought that Prince William and Catherine have already put Prince George’s name down at the £6,500-a-term Wetherby School in London, just less than a mile from Kensington Palace.

Prince William and Prince Harry also attended the pre-prep school and is said to be a firm favourite of the royal couple.

As the Cambridge’s are set to take on even more royal duties in the New Year, a permanent London residence is looking like a definite possibility.

Sources close to the royal couple have said, “The Duke, in particular, has a lot of thinking to do over the Christmas and New Year period.

“He has his job as an Air Ambulance pilot, which he enjoys very much, but he also wants to take on more royal duties, as does the Duchess.

“Decisions about schooling and nurseries are all part of that.”

According to one insider, “They want to be in a position that when they are asked to do more, they are in a position to say yes.

“The Prince of Wales wants a slimmed-down monarchy and that will also have an effect in terms of the number of duties carried out by each of the core members.

“Also their ambition for their charitable side is increasing. The impact of the Heads Together mental health campaign, in particular, is making them want to be more active on the issues they care most about.”



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