Kate Middleton and Prince William move the family into a modest family of four and abandon a nanny who lives in her house | Royal | News

The Cambridge family is embarking on a move to Windsor in the last few weeks of summer vacation. While many families set their sights on the sheer size, the royal couple are swapping Kensington Palace for their Adelaide Cottage on Windsor Estate.

Unlike Kensington Palace, which is large and located near a busy main street, the cottage is much more secluded with safety in the middle of Crown Estate’s Home Park.

When living in a more rural environment, children are free to play outside, walk the dog, and even ride horses out of the eyes of the media and the public.

The modest four-bedroom cottage would mean that the nanny living in the family would not be able to stay with the family, which meant there would be a great dynamic for the Cambridge family.

Adelaide Cottage is a Grade II listed residence built in 1831 for Queen Adelaide who was the wife of William IV.

Norland’s Spanish nanny, Maria Boralo, is usually on hand 24/7 for Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four.

Ms Borralo will continue to be a full-time nanny in Cambridge but will instead live nearby.

It is believed that the family will also abandon other resident employees such as the housekeeper and personal chef they used to have in Kensington.

Boralo became the royal couple’s nanny in 2014 when Prince George was eight months old.

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Once fully trained, a Norland nanny will receive an average salary of between £42,000 and £70,000.

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The Cambridge nanny will occasionally travel with the family on their holidays and has her own apartment in Anmer Hall, the residence of the Duke and Duchess in Norfolk.

Moving to Windsor will see members of the royal family close to Kate’s parents, Michael and Carol Middleton and only a 10-minute walk from the Queen’s private apartments at Windsor Castle.

It also allowed the Duke and Duchess to enroll Prince George at Berkshire Preparatory Co-ed School.

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