Kate Middleton and Prince William are reportedly planning to move to London full time, as the royal prepares to 'quit his job' in the RAF
Kate Middleton and Prince William are preparing to swap Anglesey for London, and will move to the capital full time after the birth of their first child, according to reports.
The Sunday Times quotes a source as saying Prince William is preparing to quit his job at the RAF, and has already told the force it is time for him to ‘move on,’ as he awaits the arrival of the Duchess of Cambridge’s baby.
Reports suggest the Prince will join Kate Middleton in London permanently, with insiders saying the royal couple will split their time between Kensington Palace and the newly renovated Anmer Hall on the Queen’s Sandringham estate.
‘They have enjoyed their time in Anglesey but they have both made it clear that it is time to move on,’ the source told the Sunday Times.
‘A final decision has yet to be made but their main family home will be at Kensington Palace.’
This comes as it was revealed pregnant Kate Middleton has been hard at work preparing not one, but two nurseries for the royal baby.
The Duchess is currently thought to be overseeing a £1 million makeover of her planned nursery at Kensington Palace, and has even been spied shopping for accessories in Kensington High Street with mum Carole Middleton.
It’s thought an interior designer for the new ‘baby suite’ has already been appointed although the details of the creative in charge and the nursery’s design have not been revealed.
In addition, William and Kate will also add a nursery to the sprawling Anmer Hall on the Queen’s Sandringham Estate which they are currently renovating.
It’s believed the couple plan to use the country mansion, which boasts 10 rooms, including a new garden room, swimming pool and tennis court, as a country retreat, and for family weekends away from London.
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