The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are experiencing a momentous time as they get ready to relocate with their young family.
Soon after leaving Kensington Palace, Prince William and Kate will move to Adelaide Cottage in Windsor, which is close to the Queen’s home at Windsor Castle.
Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis will experience a significant change as a result of it.
The kids won’t have a live-in nanny at their house for the very first time.
Maria Borrallo, the Cambridge family’s adored Spanish Norland nanny, will not be living with them in their new four-bedroom home, according to the Telegraph.
She will continue to work full-time but move elsewhere, along with a few other support staff members who have long lived with the Cambridges at Kensington Palace, such as a housekeeper and a chef.
Since Prince George, now nine, was just eight months old, Maria has been a part of the family. She now also looks after his younger siblings, Louis, four, and Charlotte, seven.
She has been a consistent presence at their sides, frequently spotted at official events donning the recognizable brown Norland uniform. Additionally, Ms. Borrallo stays in her own apartment at the Cambridge family’s Anmer Hall home on the Sandringham estate in Norfolk and occasionally takes vacations with them.
George, Charlotte, and Louis are also anticipated to leave their current school, Thomas’s Battersea, and continue their education at a nearby school when the new term begins in September due to the move to Berkshire.
While Maria assists the Cambridges with a variety of tasks, William and Kate are renowned for being very involved parents.
The Duchess previously discussed the morning meal at the family’s home, telling school administrator Michelle Samuels that her kids would have “apples and cereal in the morning.”
Meanwhile, Prince William disclosed that their morning routine has a constantly-evolving musical soundtrack.
On Apple’s Fitness+ Time to Walk series, he admitted that Charlotte and George frequently argue over which song should be played.
“And I now have to prioritize so that someone does this task one day and someone else does it the next. Charlotte then has her turn after George.”