Prince William And Duchess Kate Might Relocate To Protect Their Kids Amid COVID-19 Crisis
Prince William and Duchess Catherine might be moving to their Anmer Hall residence in order to protect their kids amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Queen Elizabeth already left London, so now royal experts are wondering if the Cambridges are the next ones who will relocate...
We all know Prince William and Duchess Catherine would do whatever it takes to protect their children, Princess Charlotte, Prince George, and Prince Louis, during the coronavirus pandemic.
Earlier this month it was revealed that Prince George and Princess Charlotte will home school amid the COVID-19 outbreak, since their London-based school asked parents to keep their children at home. Now royal experts are wondering if the Cambridges will be taking another step to keep their children safe.
London is the epicentre of coronavirus in the United Kingdom
London is United Kingdom's epicentre of COVID-19, where the royal family of five lives. While not much will be changing within Prince Louis' daily routine, as he is only one year old, his older siblings, George, and Charlotte, will be missing some days of school.
The possibility of William and Kate relocating in order to protect their children is now high. Let's not forget the fact that Queen Elizabeth gave the Cambridges a royal residence as a present to mark their wedding in 2011. Anmer Hall is their stunning home in Norfolk, nearby Her Majesty's Sandringham Estate.
Are the Cambridges moving to Anmer Hall?
The Cambridges usually stay at Anmer Hall during the school holidays, where Duchess Kate is said to be happiest; she has actually celebrated many of her birthdays there! Queen Elizabeth already left London in order to take extra precautions amid the coronavirus pandemic. Are the Cambridges also relocating?
Kensington Palace has not officially commented on whether William and Kate would relocate to Anmer Hall, but royal experts believe it is a possible move. The family lived there from 2013 to 2017 with the intention of being closer to William's job as a pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance Service.