Prince William and Kate Middleton decided to postpone changing their residence even though they have grown out of their residence.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are being forced to remain in their “cramped” Adelaide Cottage apartment at Windsor, despite the fact that it is “too small” for their family. The royal couple relocated to Anmer Hall in Norfolk with their children, Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5, in the summer of 2022. According to a source, the Cambridge family have consented to stay at the cottage despite their plans to take over Prince Andrew’s long-term residence, the Royal Lodge. The source dished the scoop that Buckingham Palace originally wanted Prince Andrew out of Royal Lodge so that the property could be renovated and prepared for new lodgers. Unfortunately, another source pointed out that the younger brother of King Charles III doesn’t want to leave because the property is seen as a symbol of senior royalty, which is an important property in the family’s portfolio.