It is believed that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have moved into their new Windsor residence.
Before the three start school next week, it has been reported that the Royal couple and their children Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, will spend their first weekend in their new home, Adelaide Cottage.
The young royals will attend the coed, private Lambrook School in Berkshire, which is close to Ascot. Their new school boasts a 52-acre campus and annual tuition for all three students that exceeds £50,000.
The Queen granted the Cambridges permission to rent the four-bedroom, Grade II-listed Adelaide Cottage from the 19th century, which is owned by the Crown Estate.
William and Kate will continue to have their office staff live and work out of Kensington Palace, which will serve as both of those roles for them.
Their full-time nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo will live elsewhere for the first time, as will other staff members like the housekeeper and chef, as their new home is not thought to be as spacious as places like Kensington Palace or their 10-bedroom Norfolk country mansion Anmer Hall.
The family’s relocation enables them to be nearer to Her Majesty the Queen, who recently decided to live at Windsor Castle because she still has mobility problems.
Immediately after arriving in the UK on Saturday morning for their first visit since the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan made the royal move.
According to HELLO!, the couple flew commercially instead of using a private jet to arrive on Saturday morning. Archie and Lilibet, their children, didn’t seem to be with them.
A spokesperson for the couple said at the time: “Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are delighted to visit with several charities close to their hearts in early September.” Harry and Meghan’s return to British soil was officially announced in August.