At Adelaide Cottage in Windsor, where they live with their three adorably adorable children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, Prince William, 40, and Princess Catherine, 41, have adapted to country life.
Family was at the center of the royals’ decision to move from London, as they wanted to spend more time with William’s grandmother Queen Elizabeth II. Sadly, she passed away in the same month that they made their move, so they were unable to do so. But because of the way it was built, their new house does have a charming connection to Her Majesty.
The iconic Windsor Castle and Adelaide Cottage were both designed by Jeffry Wyatville.
The cottage has some opulent, incredibly regal features despite being considerably more modest.
According to The Sun, the royal couple’s bedroom has a unique nautical-themed design with golden dolphins and ceiling rope decorations salvaged from a 19th-century royal yacht.
It is unknown if William and Catherine have renovated the room before moving in or if they have opted to preserve the original features.
Not only are the interiors rich in history, but the grounds also have a fascinating past.
The property has a distinguished botanical past, and an old painting shows that it once had circular flowerbeds and an outdoor fountain.
According to legend, Queen Victoria frequented the location to sip tea while admiring the garden.
We’re certain the outdoor space now has a touch of fun too with features their kids will love because they have three young children.
Anmer Hall’s grounds have previously been examined, and it was discovered that the family had a wendy house, a seesaw, and a swing for the kids to play on.
Archie and Lilibet, the cousins of the Wales children, have a separate play area with a climbing frame and a helter-skelter at their parents’ enormous Montecito mansion.