The transfer of Kate and William to Windsor is ‘logical.’ -‘Brings the nuclear family closer together!’


The transfer of Kate and William to Windsor is ‘logical.’ -‘Brings the nuclear family closer together!’

According to a royal expert, Kate and Prince William are going to move to Windsor, which would benefit the Queen by “lightening her load” and allowing the couple to take on more responsibilities.

According to reports, Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, are going to move from Kensington Palace to be closer to the Queen.

Given Her Majesty’s age and the “change in burden” that has occurred over the last few years, as the younger royals take on greater responsibilities within the Royal Family, a royal expert has stated the decision “makes sense.”

Expert Jonathan Sacerdoti told Royally Us: “I believe it makes sense what they’re doing because there’s been a sort of shift in the responsibility from the Queen to other members of the working Royal Family over the years.”

“I believe the shift is partly due to her age; certainly, it will be more difficult for her to do as much as she used to, and it’s also a means of preparing future generations, because there are now two adult heirs.

“Prince Charles and Prince William are both genuinely learning how to do the job they’ll have to do one day by assisting the Queen and reducing her load a little bit.

“I believe that this relocation is partly related to that, moving closer to the Queen and closer to bringing the entire nuclear family closer together.”

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge presently dwell in Kensington Palace’s Apartment 1A, which also serves as their official residence.

Following an 18-month refurbishment that cost an estimated £12 million, Prince William and Kate moved into the 20-room, 4-story residence in 2013.

Princess Margaret used to live in the apartment, which has been in royal use since the 17th century.

Vanity Fair reports that the pair has been exploring relocating to be closer to the Queen at Windsor Castle for several months.

“There are choices at Windsor Castle, which is large, and being close to the Queen, who is 95, makes sense to the family,” a royal source told the publication.

While Buckingham Palace is the Queen’s official London residence, she has spent the majority of the last 18 months at Windsor Castle. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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