In the midst of terrible “dark patches” for the Queen, Prince William and Kate are considering a relocation to Windsor.

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In the midst of terrible “dark patches” for the Queen, Prince William and Kate are considering a relocation to Windsor.

ANGELA LEVIN, a royal specialist, has praised Prince William and Kate Middleton’s move to Windsor, despite concerns that the Queen is alone in facing “deep and gloomy spots.”

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are looking to move closer to the Queen in Windsor, a decision that royal observers have applauded. Prince William and Kate’s decision is likely driven by the fact that they “care very much about their family,” according to royal author Angela Levin. Despite appearing “stoic” in public, Ms Levin told GB News that the Queen will certainly gain in private by having her grandchild and great-grandchildren around her.

“I am fairly confident that underneath it all is the reality that they care very much about their family,” Ms Levin told GB News.

“And, despite the fact that the Queen appears to be stoic and heroic when we see her out and about in bright colors, she appears to be extremely upbeat.

“When she is alone without her late husband, there must be really deep and black patches.

“It must be quite difficult after 70 years together.”

“They are happy to move near her,” Ms Levin continued.

“I mean, children are excellent, especially tiny children, for distracting people from terrible thoughts.

“And I believe it would be…

It’s a huge step in the right direction.

She went on to say, “I think it’s also a practical one.”

“Because they set up home in Anmer Hall in Norfolk, where Prince William was a helicopter pilot at the time, looking after people who had become unwell and need emergency care.

“He no longer does that, allowing them to relocate closer to London.

“And then it would be more practical for the kids.

“It’s also lot closer to Kate’s family, and they’re all really tight, so that’s a plus.”

“Anmer Hall made sense while William was a helicopter pilot in East Anglia, and it was useful for Christmases in Sandringham,” a source told the Mail on Sunday.

“However, it is no longer effective.

“For weekends, it’s a little too far away, but Windsor is a great balance.

“They’re looking into several choices in the area.”

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