Kate Middleton and Prince William have spent nearly seven happy married years together so far since their royal wedding in 2011. The proud parents of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have a busy family life to juggle with their dedication to royal duties. When they are not in residence at Kensington Palace, the young family enjoy spending time at their home in Anmer, which was a wedding gift from the Queen and is near Her Majesty at Sandringham House.
Australian magazine New Idea’s podcast “Royals” by journalists Angela Mollard and Rebecca Hyde, discusses the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s upcoming year.
Ms Mollard said: “[Kate] loves the time they spend in the country.
“She keeps wanting them to go up to Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
“I think if she had her dream come true they would all live up there and they wouldn’t actually have to be in London.”
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Image: Getty)
The Cambridge family residence Anmer Hall in Norfolk (Image: Getty)
However, she added: “But of course, there are William’s duties and their increasing role within the Royal Family, and that’s not possible.
“But they spend as much time as possible there.”
After recently returning to royal work after maternity leave last year, Kate is reportedly seeking to step up her royal duties again in the coming months.
Being kept from living full-time in Norfolk is not the only incidence when William’s dedication to duty has come in the way of the couple’s life together.
William and Kate released photos of Princess Charlotte at Amer Hall ahead of her 1st birthday in 201 (Image: Getty)