Sources Reveal Which Of The Queen's Homes Kate And William Might Move Into

Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton may be looking to make a major change (via Cosmopolitan). The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are reportedly considering moving out of London and settling down somewhere a bit closer to William's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. Sources previously told The Sun that the Cambridges are looking for a good area to raise their children, with a school that would fit the kids' needs. Currently, the two oldest Cambridge children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, attend St. Thomas's Prep School in Battersea, South West London.

Currently, William and Kate split their time between their home at Kensington Palace, where they spend much of their time, and their country home at Anmer Hall in Norfolk. However, the pair are said to be thinking about moving to Windsor, where the queen has been living since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

"Anmer Hall made sense while William was a helicopter pilot in East Anglia and it was useful for Christmases at Sandringham, but it doesn't really work anymore," a source previously told The Daily Mail. "It's a little too far away for weekends, but Windsor is a perfect compromise. They are eyeing up options in the area." A move to Windsor would also put the Cambridges much closer to Kate's parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, who live in Bucklebury, Berkshire.

Now, it seems that the couple may have chosen a place to live if they do move to Windsor.

Are William and Kate headed to Windsor?

According to Cosmopolitan, Prince William and Kate Middleton are thinking about leaving their country home Anmer Hall behind in favor of a move to Windsor. The pair would reportedly live in one of Queen Elizabeth's "extra" homes, called Fort Belvedere in Windsor Great Park. Royal expert Katie Nicholl recently explained the situation, revealing that Cambridges might want out of London.

"Neither William or Kate have ever been London people and have never enjoyed the chaos of the city. Whilst their home at Kensington Palace is highly secure, they have often felt overlooked and that they lacked privacy. The older their children get, the more apparent this has become," Nicholl told OK! (via Cosmo UK). "They need a base that is close to the capital so they can easily return for public engagements and events. Windsor seems like the ideal situation."

"Bringing their kids to school has also proven pretty difficult lately among the busyness of London, another reason why moving to Windsor could make the family's lives easier," Nicholl explained, revealing that William and Kate try to do school runs for their children each morning and afternoon that they're available. However, the Cambridges have found London traffic to be a problem on their busy days. "Sometimes it can take an hour to get the kids to school and make their way back and that's a long time out of their days," the author stated.

It appears that a move to Windsor could be in the near future for William and Kate.