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The royal couple will be relocating from their Norfolk country home, Anmer Hall, to settle in the Kensington Palace

The royal couple will be relocating from their Norfolk country home, Anmer Hall, to settle in the Kensington Palace

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The Kensington Palace has revealed Catherine Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William's plans for 2017, which will focus on more royal duties and spending more time with their children. On Friday, the palace released a statement announcing that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will move to London this fall. The royal couple will be relocating from their Norfolk country home, Anmer Hall, to settle in the Kensington Palace. The house in Norfolk was gifted to the royal couple by Queen Elizabeth II when her grandson and Middleton got married in 2011. They made it their official home in 2014 before which the house underwent a more than $6.5 million renovation. “Their Royal Highnesses love their time in Norfolk and it will continue to be their home,” the statement from the palace read.
Duchess of Cambridge celebrates 35th birthday

Duchess of Cambridge celebrates 35th birthday

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
The Duchess of Cambridge celebrates her 35th birthday today. Kate is expected to mark the occasion privately with the Duke of Cambridge and her children Prince George and Princess Charlotte, ahead of her first public engagements of the new year. There were no clues about how she would spend her special day when she appeared with the Royal Family at church in Sandringham on Sunday where the Queen was in attendance for the first time since a heavy cold kept her away from services over the festive period. Kate, wearing a grey furry hat and a forest green coat and black heels, walked the short distance to the church with smartly-dressed William. But there was no sign of George or Charlotte. The rest of the Middleton family, Kate's sister Pippa, mother Carole, father Michael and brother J...
Prince William Back in the Pilot’s Seat after Holidays and Now there is another celebration on the calendar: Kate turns 35 on Monday, which the family may well mark at Anmer

Prince William Back in the Pilot’s Seat after Holidays and Now there is another celebration on the calendar: Kate turns 35 on Monday, which the family may well mark at Anmer

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Prince William is back to work. On Thursday, in his role as an air ambulance rescue pilot, the royal dad helped airlift a patient to Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge — not far from where he is based with the East Anglian Air Ambulance service. William and his fellow pilot helped paramedics transfer the patient to the top hospital. The return to work came after William, Princess Kate and their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte celebrated the holidays in Kate’s hometown of Bucklebury. The family is thought to have since returned to their country home in Norfolk, Anmer Hall. Now there is another celebration on the calendar: Kate turns 35 on Monday, which the family may well mark at Anmer. Last year, the royal mom welcomed her family and close friends to stay for a long wee
The royals are like any other family and face the same dilemmas with in-laws

The royals are like any other family and face the same dilemmas with in-laws

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
The Queen's full house: Kate and William to join 29 other royal guests for Christmas lunch PRINCESS Charlotte is to spend her first Christmas with the Queen and the rest of the Royal Family after her parents decided to give their hard-working staff a festive break. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children will be among 31 guests of Her Majesty and Prince Philip for Christmas Day lunch at Sandringham. They will also spend the night at the royal residence in Norfolk. Contrary to speculation, William and Kate will not be hosting the Middletons on the big day at their home Anmer Hall, just two miles away, as they did last year. Instead they will join a traditional family celebration that will bring the total number of royals at Sandringham House to 33. The crowded Christmas ...
Prince George Is a ‘Proper Little Chap,’ Says Close Family Friend: Inside His Amazing Life

Prince George Is a ‘Proper Little Chap,’ Says Close Family Friend: Inside His Amazing Life

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Michelle Tauber and Simon Perry/Jul 27, 2016 Prince George is growing up! Subscribe now for all about the 3-year-old royal’s life at home, his preschool adventures and how he’s growing into “a proper little chap”, only in PEOPLE! Now that he is 3, Prince George is really hitting his stride – one toddler-sized step at a time. The future king, who celebrated his third birthday with a tea party at home on July 22, is growing in stature and confidence, say those who know him. "He's a little boy now," a close family friend tells PEOPLE in this week's cover story. "A proper little chap!" When he's not at the family's London home of Kensington Palace, Princess Charlotte's big brother attends preschool three mornings a week at Westacre Montessori near the family's country home in Norfolk, Anm
Prince George just celebrated his third birthday, and his dad joked

Prince George just celebrated his third birthday, and his dad joked

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, Prince William, Royality
Prince George just celebrated his third birthday, and his dad joked that the little boy was "far too spoilt" after received a huge amount of birthday presents. Prince William chatted about his son's birthday during a visit to Portsmouth for the America's Cup Series, and answered young prize winner Zak Kay, who designed the trophy for which Sir Ben Ainslie's British crew are competing for, when he asked the Prince what little Prince George received for his birthday. Prince William talked about Prince George's birthday during a visit to Portsmouth Although the second-in-line to the throne remained tight-lipped about Prince George's gifts, saying: "What did he get for his birthday? I'm not telling," the 34-year-old did reveal he thought his son received far too many presents. He said: "...
Find Out The Most Romantic And Heart Touching Story Behind Prince George’s Favorite Swing

Find Out The Most Romantic And Heart Touching Story Behind Prince George’s Favorite Swing

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George, Royality
Standing barefoot on a swing engraved with the words "William and Catherine," (yes, it says Catherine, not Kate), Prince George looks ready for a ride in new pictures released on Friday to mark his third birthday. Aside from capturing George's important milestone so adorably, the swing itself – made from solid oak, natural rope and hanging from a tree in the sprawling gardens of Anmer Hall, their family home in Norfolk, has a sentimental meaning for both Princess Kate and Prince William. "It was a wedding gift for Wills and Kate," an employee at The Oak & Rope Company, where it was purchased more than five years ago, tells PEOPLE. The Kent-based company, which specializes in personalized contemporary designs in hand-carved oak, says the medium-sized swing – which costs $373, take
New Photos: Kensington Palace has released four new portraits of Prince George in celebration of the little boy’s third birthday

New Photos: Kensington Palace has released four new portraits of Prince George in celebration of the little boy’s third birthday

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Royality
The future king is pictured in the grounds of his home Anmer Hall, in Norfolk, where he lives with his parents Prince William and Kate and his younger sister Princess Charlotte. George looks adorable in the new images. One sweet snapshot shows the little Prince barefoot and standing up on a large wooden swing, which has been etched with the names of his parents. Another sees him off on an outdoor adventure and looking very grown up as he walks through the family garden, dressed in a stripey jumper with a whale embroidered on the front. Prince George seen on a swing in the garden of his family home, Anmer Hall A third snapshot captures George interacting with dog Lupo on a picnic blanket in the garden, bending down on one knee to thoughtfully offer the family pet some of his ice cream....
George is a big fan of Peppa Pig and Fireman Sam, as Catherine Duchess of Cambridge has previously revealed, so his party could be focused around one of these children’s favourites

George is a big fan of Peppa Pig and Fireman Sam, as Catherine Duchess of Cambridge has previously revealed, so his party could be focused around one of these children’s favourites

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Prince George has a big birthday party to look forward to this weekend. His parents Prince William and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge will no doubt have planned an event fit for a future King, as they have done in previous years for their son who turns three on Friday. Doting mum Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, who took George on his first official UK engagement earlier this month, may turn to her own mother Carole for help. The Middleton matriarch is an event-planning expert and the founder of her company Party Pieces. As Catherine Duchess of Cambridge worked for the family business, the pair will know a thing or two about creating magical parties at home. George is a big fan of Peppa Pig and Fireman Sam, as Catherine Duchess of Cambridge has previously revealed, so his party could b...