This summer, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge will visit their secret third house.
PRINCE WILLIAM and Kate Middleton are rumored to be planning a trip to their secret third home later this month.
Kensington Palace in London, which was originally the home of Princess Diana, is William and Kate’s official residence. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s country residence is Anmer Hall in Norfolk, where they would spend parts of lockdown and have spent many holidays as a family in the past.
The Cambridges, on the other hand, have a hidden third residence in Scotland named Tam-Na-Ghar.
The three-bedroom home was a gift from the Queen Mother to Prince William.
It is situated on the grounds of the Balmoral estate, which explains why the Cambridges do not stay at the Queen’s home during their summer visits to Scotland.
This allows William and Kate to raise their three children on their own land while yet seeing their relatives on a daily basis.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to visit the Queen’s Balmoral estate later this month for the third time.
The Queen was officially welcomed in Balmoral on Monday, and the rest of the Royal Family usually pays Her Majesty a visit every summer.
However, although the majority of the family will travel to Balmoral Castle and stay in the spare rooms, William and Kate will fly to Tam-Na-Ghar.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a fondness for Scotland, where they met in 2001 at the University of St Andrews.
They returned to the university campus in May 2021 for the first time since 2011, a few months after they announced their engagement.
When they visit Scotland, the Earl and Countess of Strathearn are known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn.
Prince Charles, Prince William’s father, is now in Scotland performing royal responsibilities as the Duke of Rothesay.
There have also been suggestions that William and Kate are considering purchasing a fourth home, maybe in Berkshire, where Kate grew up.
The Duke and Duchess of York have been scouting Berkshire residences and schools for some time, according to royal sources.
With Kate’s parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, still residing in Berkshire, it would be an ideal location for the royal pair.
They’d be able to be adoring grandparents and come whenever they wanted to help raise George and Charlotte, according to “Brinkwire Summary News.”