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Prince Harry concerned about Kate Middleton: “She was almost a prisoner of the palace”


With summer approaching, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are considering moving to the Windsor side to be closer to the Queen. A new life away from the hustle and bustle of London that could prove to be a lifesaver for Kate Middleton, as reported by the our source.

Goodbye Kensington Palace, goodbye the hustle and bustle of London, Prince Harry and his half have decided to pack their boxes, direction Windsor! A decision that would have taken the Cambridge seeing the health of Elizabeth II, but also the approach of Prince Andrew of the latter. According to the words of royal expert Ingrid Seward on Royalty TV, reported by the Mirror this Friday, June 24, this change of course could also do the greatest good to Kate Middleton: “I remember Harry told a friend that Catherine was almost a prisoner in Kensington Palace.”

A life in the green, a dream for the Duchess of Cambridge? It may well be. By choosing Adelaide Cottage, a charming property located east of Windsor Castle, within the royal park of Home Park, in the county of Berkshire, the eldest son of Prince Charles and his sweetheart will certainly find the calm that was missing from their property in the capital. “In a way, they are prisoners, they have a beautiful house and a garden, but beyond this garden, there are hundreds of people every day and massive security,” Ingrid Seward completed, referring to life at Kensington Palace. And concluded, “Catherine can not walk in the park as Diana did before, times have changed.”


Kate Middleton: she projects herself in Windsor!

Despite their move to Windsor, the royal couple will keep their Kensington Palace estate as their main London base. But the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have reportedly already taken control of their new life by taking a look at Berkshire schools to find the perfect fit for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. Until now, Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s eldest child has attended Thomas’s Battersea, a private school in London that costs £18,195 a year. But the couple have already had a day of integration at a school near Windsor, according to British magazine Hello.

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