The ‘move to Windsor’ of Kate and Prince William is set to happen sooner than planned.


The ‘move to Windsor’ of Kate and Prince William is set to happen sooner than planned.

KATE MIDDLETON and Prince William are expected to move to Windsor as soon as “next week,” according to royal analyst Angela Levin, with Christmas being the next likely option.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to announce their transfer to Windsor either “next week” or around Christmas, according to royal analyst Angela Levin. Prince William and Kate Middleton are rumored to be considering a move to Windsor in order to be closer to Kate’s family and to support the Queen. If the move hasn’t already been finished, Ms Levin has stated that it may have to be postponed until December.

“I think they have either sorted it so they can announce it next week,” Ms Levin said on GB News about the shift.

“Or they may postpone it until after the holidays.

“Which isn’t ideal, but with so much going on with the Royal Family, you can’t do everything all at once.”

“However, I believe that will happen since, as you say, changing schools, moving, and preparing the children for life in London is rather stressful.

“Unless they move to London for a while or something like that.

“You know they’d be quite content to live in Kensington Palace without feeling claustrophobic.”

According to a Royal biographer, William and Kate’s decision was likely influenced by the fact that they “care very much about their family.”

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.”


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