A move with consequences! Prince William (40) and Princess Kate (41) moved from Kensington Palace to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor with Prince George (9), Princess Charlotte (7) and Prince Louis (4) last summer – also to be closer to Queen Elizabeth II .(✝96) to live. For the children, the new school year started here in autumn. The move also brought some changes for the family of five.
How Hello Magazine reported the new home of the Prince and Princess of Wales is simpler and smaller than their former home at Kensington Palace. Their new house no longer has an underground tunnel through which they can enter or leave the site unnoticed. In addition, unlike the cottage, the family’s old apartment is said to have had a panic room: this is said to have been equipped with air filtration systems, escape tunnels and anti-biological weapons devices. However, there are also strict safety precautions in their new home.
In addition, there are only four bedrooms in their new house. That means the staff no longer lives with the royal family. However, there will probably still be a nanny for the children because of their busy schedule. The exact size of Adelaide Cottage is not known. So the question is, is there a playroom for the kids like there was in the palace?