With a major move this autumn, Kate and Prince William are “stepping up for something huge.”
As the Cambridges make a substantial climb up the royal ladder, Kate Middleton and Prince William are ‘ramping up for something big’ this autumn.
According to two royal specialists, the Cambridges are “getting ready for something huge” in the coming months. According to the hosts of the royal podcast Royally Obsessed, Kate Middleton and Prince William will have a busy autumn. This comes as rumours surface that William and Kate are “seriously considering relocating to Windsor” to be closer to the Queen.
The couple is projected to make substantial moves up the royal ladder in the second half of 2021.
“The Cambridges have been honoring this month,” said Rachel Bowie, co-host of the podcast.
“This month has been unusually calm for them.
“I was checking out their YouTube channel and Instagram, and they haven’t posted anything in a long time.”
“I am thrilled about the fall with them, and I am intrigued what they are gearing up to do,” she continued.
“Similar to the Sussexes’ paternal leave, I do feel that the Cambridges are bracing up for something big,” her co-host and fellow royal expert Roberta Fiorito remarked.
“It appears that the fall will be a huge one for them.
“So, I’m looking forward to seeing what they have planned for that. They required some time to refocus.”
This comes amid allegations in today’s Mail on Sunday that William and Kate have been busily “eyeing up” lodging alternatives in the Windsor region for Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
The Cambridges currently split their time between Kensington Palace in London and Anmer Hall in Norfolk, their rural retreat.
According to individuals close to the marriage, the current arrangement “doesn’t really work anymore.”
A move closer to the Queen would bring the pair closer to her and give them more time to prepare for a more senior role in the Royal Family.
Both Kate and William have a close relationship with the 95-year-old king.
With the Cambridges’ oldest two children now attending school in London, Anmer Hall has become quite a distance to travel for the weekend.
“Anmer Hall made sense while William was a helicopter pilot in East Anglia, and it was handy for Christmases in Sandringham,” a source added, “but it no longer works.”
“Winterbourne is a touch too far away for weekends, but Brinkwire Summary News.”