Prince William and Kate Middleton’s lives dramatically changed a week after they moved to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor in the first week of September 2022 with their three kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. Just a few days after their move, Queen Elizabeth II died, making them become the Prince and Princess of Wales. With the change, they may now live in Windsor Castle, but will they do so?
Queen Elizabeth died the same day the Wales kids started school at Lambrook. It has been five months since that one fateful event happened, so would Prince William and Kate leave their humble, four-bedroom home?
The Daily Express noted the Cornwalls have no plans to make a move and live in a palatial castle. The family is now happy with their modest home and may just stay there.
Royal expert Camilla Tominey said in her This Morning appearance that the Waleses don’t want to move to Windsor Castle as they’re already contented in Adelaide Cottage with its modest accommodation. Not by comparison to us, but by comparison to royal accommodation, she cleared.
Deepa Mehta-Sagar, an interior designer and decorator who founded and ran Area Décor LLC, described Prince William and Kate’s sofa as traditional, with clean lines that give it a royal look. Their whole place looks alive with a splash of red and floral tossed cushions, adding warmth to its appearance.
Though it looks every inch formal, it’s still inviting, making it the perfect spot where the royal couple can hold interviews virtually. This makes Adelaide Cottage works perfectly for the two, as they both hope to give their kids as normal upbringing as possible with its sense of privacy-far from their former home in Kensington Palace.
For starters, Adelaide Cottage is a property located on the 655-acre Windsor estate. Prince William and Kate reportedly choose to live here as they’re both fond of countryside living.
In an episode of Apple Time to Walk before they made their move to the Berkshire countryside, the future king said their family loved their second home Anmer Hall in Norfolk, so much that they spent as much time as they could there. He even described it as very peaceful.
Hello Magazine noted that Adelaide Cottage was built in 19831 as a retreat for William IV’s wife, Queen Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen. It was also Queen Victoria’s favorite spot for breakfast. Now, it has become Prince William and Kate’s home.