William And Kate Left London To Protect The Kids Amid COVID-19
The coronavirus pandemic continues to spread and is taking over a lot of our lives. And Prince William and Kate are not immune to that too.
In order to protect themselves, the Cambridges have left their official Kensington Palace residence in London and moved to Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
According to Daily Mail, the family has relocated to their Sandringham estate as Prime minister Boris Johnson announced new strict measures in an attempt to tackle the spread of the COVID-19.
Prince William and Kate were given the Anmer Hall, situated on the grounds of her Sandringham Estate, soon after their 2011 wedding. The Queen has given the Georgian country house to the couple as a wedding gift.
It has been said that the Duchess of Cambridge is the happiest there and it is where she has celebrated her birthdays for several years. The family also spends most of George and Charlotte’s school breaks at the Norfolk mansion.
The Royal Family has been making major changes as the coronavirus is quickly spreading. The Queen and Prince Philip are isolating in Windsor Castle. Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles are at Birkhall, in the Scottish Highlands.
Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s school has been closed. That mens they will be homeschooled at Anmer Hall too, as Thomas’s Battersea asked parents to keep their children at home and continue learning online.
The last time we saw Prince William and Kate was on Thursday. They visited an NHS 111 call centre to highlight its vital work to manage the coronavirus outbreak.
Their surprising engagement came as other, older royals, the Queen, Prince Charles, and Camilla, fade from public view.
According to royal expert Katie Nicholl, the couple will “continue to work as long as they can, as safely as they can,” and will “likely continue to put out messages.”