The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are rumored to be considering relocating to Windsor to be closer to the Queen.
They are claimed to have already begun looking for a place to live after visiting several royal homes and are also contemplating private property.
They’re also claimed to have visited schools in the region for their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
The family is now based in Kensington Palace in London and Amner Hall in Norfolk.
However, relocating to Windsor would bring them closer to several family, including the Queen, who currently spends most of her time at Windsor Castle.
So, what may the Cambridge’s Windsor life be like? Let’s have a peek…
A place to live
If William and Kate decide to relocate to Windsor, one of the first things they must do is find a place to reside.
There are a number of royal houses on the Windsor Estate that may be ideal for a family residence, but there are some drawbacks.
For example, Royal Lodge, which is said to be suitable for the Cambridges, is now held by Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson.
According to the Sun, the enormous Fort Belvedere is occupied, as is Adelaide Cottage, and a transfer into flats in Windsor Castle has been ruled out.
This has reportedly prompted the royal couple to explore relocating to a private residence in Windsor.
The Cambridges would also be much nearer to their royal and non-royal relatives if they moved to Windsor.
Of course, Windsor Castle is where the Queen spends the majority of her time today, and living on the grounds means William, Kate, and the kids will be able to visit the queen more frequently.
It would apparently mean a lot to the aging monarch to have them nearby, and it would also place William closer to the action when addressing royal concerns.
William had a strong connection with his grandmother, with whom he would frequently take tea when he was a student at neighboring Eton College.
Princess Eugenie, William’s younger cousin, resides in Windsor with her husband Jack Brooksbank and their infant son August.
The trio resides in Frogmore Cottage, which was previously occupied by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle prior to their relocation to America.
Meanwhile, relocating to Windsor would bring them closer to Kate’s parents, Carole and Michael, who lived not far away in Bucklebury, Berkshire.