- Prince William and Kate could move soon
- They're reportedly looking at homes in Windsor
- Here's why that is their ideal location
The Prince William and Duchess Kate moving rumours are still going strong. For months now, the royal couple has apparently been searching for a new family home.
All along, it's been said William and Kate are eyeing properties in Windsor, rather than their current homes in London and Norfolk. And we now know why Windsor is so attractive to the couple.
Why Prince William and Duchess Kate are eager to move
The big reason? Apparently, it's all about family. A new report in The Times says the couple is likely to relocate right by Kate's parents, Michael and Carole, who live in nearby Bucklebury.
William and Kate are said to be looking at a "discreetly wealthy little web of rural villages near her parents — whom William adores." So it would be great for the close-knit family, who are typically at a greater distance.
The British newspaper believes the move to Windsor appears more likely than ever, after the royals were recently spotted scouting out local schools for their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
The move would also have the family close to Windsor Castle, which is currently the primary residence of Queen Elizabeth II. Heir to the throne Prince Charles, however, is expected to live at Buckingham Palace when he's King.
An earlier report noted William and Kate had eyes on a country house called Fort Belvedere, on Windsor Great Park.
We'll have to wait and see which residence they end up calling home.