August 8, 2022

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  • Royal biographer Ingrid Seward weighed in on experiences that Kate Middleton and her household plan to maneuver to Windsor
  • The royal professional believes the transfer will give them “the liberty they did not have at Kensington Palace”
  • Seward claimed that Middleton is unable to do issues like stroll within the park whereas dwelling within the London palace

Kate Middleton and her household’s rumored transfer from London to Berkshire, England, would give them far more freedom, based on a royal professional.

Royal biographer and editor-in-chief of Majesty journal Ingrid Seward weighed in on experiences that Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge plan to depart their house at Kensington Palace and relocate to a brand new residence in Windsor, the place Queen Elizabeth II lives.

Seward, who has written a number of books on the royals together with “Prince Philip Revealed: A Man of His Century,” stated on True Royalty TV’s “The Royal Beat” that Middleton is unable to do issues like stroll within the park whereas dwelling within the London palace and transferring to Berkshire can be nice for the entire Cambridge household.

“I feel what William and Catherine could have for his or her kids is the liberty they did not have at Kensington Palace,” she was quoted as saying by the Mirror. “I bear in mind Harry saying to a buddy of mine that Catherine was virtually a prisoner at Kensington Palace, and I assumed do not be ridiculous, it’s essentially the most attractive place to reside in London!”

She added, “Then I assumed, in a manner they’re prisoners, they’ve a phenomenal home and backyard however past that backyard are a whole bunch of individuals day-after-day and big safety.”

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The “William & Harry” scribe famous that “occasions have modified” since Princess Diana lived in Kensington Palace and Middleton cannot take walks within the park just like the late Princess of Wales used to do.

“The one place to go is a discipline the place the helicopters land, so you might be very imprisoned. Everybody is aware of what you’re doing and the place you might be,” Seward added.

It was reported earlier this month that regardless of a possible transfer to Windsor, Prince William and Middleton will hold Residence 1A at Kensington Palace as their most important London base and retain their property in Norfolk, Anmer Corridor.

An unnamed insider advised Us Weekly that the royal couple needed to transfer to Windsor to be nearer to Queen Elizabeth and the duchess’ mother and father, Carole and Michael Middleton.

Prince William and Middleton’s kids, Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, additionally performed an enormous function in their resolution to make the change.

“Charlotte can go horse driving within the open air and George can play soccer on in depth grounds,” the supply defined. “Louis loves being near his great-grandma, and he’s going to take tennis classes this summer time. They’re beginning over there, and George, Charlotte and Louis are actually enthusiastic about going to a brand new faculty and being within the countryside within the recent air the place there’s numerous house for them to play freely.”

Royal correspondent Jonathan Sacerdoti stated he believes that the Cambridges’ rumored transfer to Windsor will not have an effect on Prince William’s working relationship with Prince Charles. 

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Kate Middleton and Prince Harry host a tea celebration at Buckingham Palace to honor the youngsters of those that have died serving within the armed forces on Could 13, 2017 in London, England. Picture: Getty Photos/Andrew Parsons-WPA Pool

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