The members of the royal family who must move on the death of the queen
Some members of the royal family have to move after the death of the queen. This year it emerged that Prince William and Kate Middleton were planning a move to Windsor Castle.
The Cambridges are said to be looking for schools for their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Surrey. The couple want to move out of Kensington Palace, it has been claimed.
As part of a master plan, Operation London Bridge, when the 96-year-old head of state sadly passes away, they are not the only ones uprooted. Prince Charles will become king, which means he will have to move from Clarence House to the Queen’s official residences.
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This could create a stir with William and Kate also moving. Charles will have access to Buckingham Palace if he wishes to change his residence in London.
The Prince of Wales is also a huge fan of his Highgrove estate, and is unlikely to want to pass that on, it is claimed. He is believed to prefer the idea of passing on Llwynywermod, a residence in Wales, to the Cambridges and his grandchildren.
As Charles and William face upheaval in the living quarters, it is believed that the rest of the family will benefit from the stability. Some royal residences include St James’s Palace, Gatcombe Park, Ivy Cottage, Royal Pavilion, Barnwell Manor and Wren House.
Last week we reported that Prince Andrew ‘will not leave’ his £1million-a-year royal pavilion, according to reports. The Duke of York is unlikely to leave – despite relinquishing his titles.
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