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Kate Middleton’s uncle gives update on her and William’s ‘next chapter in their lives’

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge look set to swap London life for a brand new home in Windsor.
And now Kate’s uncle has given an update on the proposed move – and revealed they are ready for the “next chapter in their lives”. The Cambridges are reportedly upping sticks from Kensington Palace and moving into the four-bedroomed Adelaide Cottage on the Queen’s Windsor Estate – although the palace will remain their London base. Not only will the move mean a new home for their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – it will also mean new schools.

Speaking to The Sun, Kate’s uncle Gary Goldsmith says it is a busy time for his niece – but the move is something she and Kate are ready for.

He told the publication: “William and Kate are going to have their hands full this summer as they move home to be nearer the Queen and settle the kids into a new school. But I think they are ready for the next chapter in their lives.”

He added: “Kate has been brilliant in so many ways – as a wife, a mum, a counsel, a partner, an ambassador, a figurehead and a future queen. She never lets anyone down. She shines in every situation, on every stage, and behaves with class.
“She is already the one we all watch first as a role model. We are all, as a nation, super-proud of her. The royal family is in safe, beautiful and heaven-sent hands. She has got this in both the good times and the bad times.”
Prince William and Kate currently live in Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace, which is also a tourist attraction boasting exhibitions and gardens.

And according to royal expert and author Ingrid Seward, the move could give Kate and her family much more freedom, especially after she was told the duchess can’t really do things like walk in the park.
She previously told True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat about the move: “I think what William and Catherine will have for their children is the freedom they didn’t have at Kensington Palace.

“I remember Harry saying to a friend of mine that Catherine was almost a prisoner at Kensington Palace, and I thought don’t be ridiculous, it’s the most gorgeous place to live in London!
“Then I thought, in a way they are prisoners, they have a beautiful house and garden but beyond that garden are hundreds of people every day and massive security.
“Catherine can’t walk in the park like Diana used to, as times have changed.
“The only place to go is a field where the helicopters land, so you are very imprisoned. Everyone knows what you’re doing and where you are.”

The move will allow second-in-line to the throne William, 40, to be closer to his grandmother the Queen who has been forced to strip back her workload following ongoing health complaints.
It will also allow Kate, 40, to be closer to her own family and where she grew up in Bucklebury, Berkshire.

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