William may defy Royal Code and Move to one of Queen’s Residences

Prince William may defy royal code to move to ‘more prestigious’ home, says royal expert (Image: Getty)

The Express reported that it has been suggested that Prince William may choose to defy royal tradition by moving to one of the Queen’s residences with his family soon.

The Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge could be moving to Buckingham Palace before Prince Charles rises to the throne, The List commentator Christine-Marie Liawg Dixon claims. The majestic royal residence has traditionally been home to Monarchs since Queen Victoria’s time.

The Express reported Ms Dixon said as saying: “Prince William and Kate definitely don’t live in a tiny shack in England.

“In fact, after they got married, the pair moved into an apartment at Kensington Palace.

“The Duchess even redecorated it to look just as swanky as any palace you could imagine.

“However, once Prince William becomes king, their residence will change.”

But the difference between the luxurious homes is noticeable, according to the commentator.

She said: “Obviously, they’ll still live in a palace. But their upgrade will be a lot bigger, and a whole lot more prestigious.”

The narrator added: “However, the family could actually move to Buckingham Palace before William becomes king.

“His father, Prince Charles, is reportedly planning on staying at his residence, Clarence House, when he becomes king.”

Speculation has been rife about the royal couple’s next move and whether their eldest son, Prince George, could be studying away from home this year.

Prince George currently studies at Thomas’s School in Battersea, London, but he could follow in his father’s footsteps and transfer to Ludgrove School in Berkshire.

Speaking to the Daily Mail an insider said the Cambridges have been looking at schools in Berkshire.

They said: “Nothing has been decided and of course they could very well decide to keep the children at Thomas’s, but William and Kate have recently visited schools in the Berkshire area, which has got a lot of people talking.”

Source: express
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