Kate and William moved with the children to an old hunting lodge in Windsor

Kate and William moved with the children to an old hunting lodge in Windsor

Members of the British royal family have always lived in pomp and luxury. Big castles and servants at every finger. Dresses, jewelry and horses for princesses – tuxedos, cognac and deer hunting for princes.

But Princess Kate (42 years old) and Prince William (41 years old) refuse to live this way. They made conscious choices to create perfect family happiness.

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When they married, they got a large three-storey apartment in Kensington Palace – in the best area of ​​London. Here they had it, according to Welcome! Five large successive living rooms, three master bedrooms, a large children's room section, a dressing room and a servants' suite.

But in the spring of 2022 it was reported BBC on X (Formerly Twitter, journ.anm.) The family of five was moving. In September, they opened their new home in the small town of Windsor, three miles west of London. Here they rent an old royal hunting lodge in the woods surrounding Windsor Castle.

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At the time, Queen Elizabeth was alive, living in the royal castle that dominates the cityscape.

Adelaide Cottage is a Grade II listed house built in 1831 as a summer residence for Queen Adelaide, wife of King William IV, but six years later the king died of heart failure and the widow moved to London.

On screen: Right next door to Windsor Castle is Adelaide Cottage, which has a long history since it was built as a summer home for Queen Adelaide in 1831. Image: NTB

On screen: Right next door to Windsor Castle is Adelaide Cottage, which has a long history since it was built as a summer home for Queen Adelaide in 1831. Image: NTB
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Queen Victoria – William IV's successor – enjoyed the place, often stopping for a cup of tea while riding through Windsor.

Many of her children used the place as a hunting lodge, where they got a snack, a good thing in a glass — and a cowboy's space. This tradition has lived on for several decades.

A good neighbourhood: Just north of Great Windsor Castle is Adelaide Cottage (circled), which has been a summer home, hunting lodge and servants' quarters – and is now home to the Prince of Wales and his family.  Image: Google Earth

A good neighbourhood: Just north of Great Windsor Castle is Adelaide Cottage (circled), which has been a summer home, hunting lodge and servants' quarters – and is now home to the Prince of Wales and his family. Image: Google Earth
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The Royal Family's Windsor estate is 16,000 acres and includes several royal residences, including Prince Andrew and his former wife, Duchess Sarah, who live at the Royal Lodge.

In the 20th century, Adelaide House was loaned to high-ranking royal officials, including Peter Townsend, who had a media-bombarded affair with Queen Elizabeth's younger sister, Princess Margaret.

Complete confusion

Complete confusion


The two are said to have used the cabin as a love nest in the 1950s.

After he had to move out, other officials were allowed to rent the building for 70 years. according to woman There is also a larger brick building near the cottage, which can be furnished if the family needs more space.

The reason Kate and William chose Windsor was because they wanted to keep a close eye on the children. George (age 10), Charlotte (age 8) and Louis (age 5) all attend. Lambrocka first-class private primary school.

Private School: By Norwegian standards, Lambroek is a luxury school, where nothing is provided.  Facilities range from a pool to a golf course - and everything else you could want.  Photo: Lambrook

Private School: By Norwegian standards, Lambroek is a luxury school, where nothing is provided. Facilities range from a pool to a golf course – and everything else you could want. Photo: Lambrook
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The school is a five-minute drive away, and it's easy to bike or even walk there. according to the sun The family is actively involved in the neighborhood through shopping trips, sports and recreational activities.

Before Kate got sick, they made sure a parent was always home, able to pick them up and bring them to school. And after New Year's, according to the TV program GB NewsWilliam, who must do this task alone, takes the children to Kate's house.

IDYL: Kate and William really tried to create a family story that was close and warm.  This is completely new in the British Royal Family.  Image: NTP

IDYL: Kate and William really tried to create a family story that was close and warm. This is completely new in the British Royal Family. Image: NTP
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Their house is of course wonderful – for an ordinary family. On the other hand, in royal history it is considered a “creep”.

A source said the sun:

– Kate and William were very keen to have a modest home to live a real family life in Windsor.

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The hunting lodge has undergone many improvements over the years, and today it is a comfortable, modern home with historic charm and character. Before they moved in, Adelaide Cottage was renovated for them and catered to their needs with three spacious children's rooms, two living rooms and a well-equipped kitchen. daily Mail mentioned.

Inside there is a lot of ancient glory, according to public preservation documents. The master bedroom has a nautical feel with plaster of gilded dolphins and a ship's truss roof. There is also a Greco-Egyptian marble fireplace inside and decorative gables outside.

Rover Will: Windsor Castle has been the home of Queen Elizabeth in recent years.  The castle dominates the cityscape in the small town of Windsor in Berkshire.  Image: NTP

Rover Will: Windsor Castle has been the home of Queen Elizabeth in recent years. The castle dominates the cityscape in the small town of Windsor in Berkshire. Image: NTP
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According to The New York Times, this is where Kate will continue to recover from cancer treatment at the family home. One family issue weighing heavy on her heart these days is Prince George's choice of school.

It is common for children of the British upper class to be sent to boarding school when they turn eleven. Several schools are currently being evaluated, and Se og Hør has reviewed the relevant schools this winter.

Mom Kate's difficult choice

Mom Kate's difficult choice


It was my favorite so far Eton CollegeWhere both William and little brother Harry went in their time. Perhaps most importantly to Eton's advantage, the boarding school is a ten-minute drive from the family home in Windsor.

Now that her mother is struggling with her health, she may not want to send her eldest son to another part of the country. Thus, George could become a day pupil at Eton, and live at home. Or he could live there, and know that the way home is very short!

Vacation location: Kate and William also have Anmer Hall in Sandringham, where they often spend holidays.  Image: NTP

Vacation location: Kate and William also have Anmer Hall in Sandringham, where they often spend holidays. Image: NTP
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