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Kate Middleton and Prince William’s new home has no space for a nanny

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The Cambridges’ new home in Adelaide Cottage does not have room for a live-in nanny.

Maria Borraro has been caring for Prince George, 9, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, since Prince George was eight months old, and is a trusted royal nanny. are expected to live in separate facilities.

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Prince William, Kate Middleton and their children are preparing to move from Kensington Palace in London to a new four-bedroom home in Windsor, according to People.

“This move is largely down to schooling,” a source told the outlet.

Other staff such as housekeepers also live in separate properties.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are looking to give their families more freedom by moving to Berkshire, the county where Windsor Castle is located. Kensington Palace remains the family’s London residence and home to private and press offices.

“in reality [the Cambridges] They’re pretty limited in what they can do in London,” a source said. Times“The kids can’t go to the park and play soccer with their friends. Their plan is to stay there for the next 10 to 15 years and then move to Ammer, which is very special to them.”

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An added bonus of moving to Berkshire is that Kate’s parents, Michael and Carol Middleton, and her brother, James Middleton, are near the town of Bucklebury, where Kate grew up.



Kate Middleton and Prince William’s new home has no space for a nanny

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