Installed at Anmer Hall since last March, Prince William and Kate Middleton will not immediately return to London with their three children.

The countryside wins you over. Since the start of the coronavirus epidemic, it is at Anmer Hall that the prince William, Kate Middleton and their three children have found refuge. They left their apartment in Kensington Palace to confine themselves to Norfolk. And obviously, the little family feels very good there. Besides, the Cambridges should not be returning to London anytime soon. And this for many reasons. The first: the school of their elders, George and Charlotte, officially closed for summer vacation. The prince William and Kate Middleton had homeschooled their children during the coronavirus pandemic, and although they may have considered returning once UK lockdowns are lifted, there is now no reason to do so until in September, when the new school year will begin.

The second ? The Cambridge family tend to spend their summer vacations in their country house. Since 2017, this is where they savor their summer holidays. On the spot for three months, and while they still can not travel normally abroad, Prince William and Kate Middleton should not leave Norfolk before the start of the school year. Anmer Hall also has more outdoor space than their London home. Happiness for the couple but also for their children, who gladly take advantage of it. The three story property is located on the Sandringham Estate and is surrounded by endless greenery. On site, the family has access to a swimming pool, a tennis court and a large green lawn. For the moment, only Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles are back in London, after being confined to Scotland.

Controversies, even on vacation

And even hundreds of miles from London, the prince William and Kate Middleton face severe criticism. A few days ago, it was their expenses deemed “outrageous” that were attacked Graham Smith, president of the organization Republic. “The monarchy costs on the whole much more than admits the royal house, it annoyed in the columns of The Express. This costs the taxpayer £ 345 million annually, and this sum must be reduced immediately. We don’t owe Prince William and Kate a salary, we owe them no role, we owe them nothing. Go and earn your own money. ”Backlash against the Cambridges, he continued:“ They regularly slam thousands of pounds, whether in renovating their homes or in private jets and helicopters to travel to the UK as they could take the train or the car “.

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2/9 – Prince William and Catherine Kate Middleton at an event at the Tribeton restaurant in Galway, Ireland on March 5, 2020.

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3/9 – Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge – Salthill Knocknacarra GAA club visit to Galway on the third day of the trip to the Republic of Ireland. Galway, March 5, 2020

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4/9 – Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, meet Galwegians during a visit to a traditional Irish pub in Galway city center on the third day of their visit to Republic of Ireland. Galway, March 5, 2020.

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5/9 – Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge – The Royal Family of England during the Commonwealth Ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London on March 9, 2020.

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6/9 – Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, visiting the control room of London Ambulance Service 111 in Croydon to meet with ambulance staff and the 111 call managers who have taken NHS 111 calls from the public, and thank them for the vital work they do. Coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic – London, March 19, 2020.

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7/9 – Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, share how they are looking after children and keeping in touch with family during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. They use the Zoom app.

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8/9 – Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge sent a message of thanks to Australian firefighters and authorities who battled the fires on the occasion of a day of thanksgiving for them.

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9/9 – Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge are still on hand to respond to requests for assistance during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak