Londoners can get ready for a lot more royal family sightings—and likely way more traffic jams, too. According to E! News, Prince William and Kate Middleton are planning to move to London, just in time for Prince George to start school.
Prince George will likely attend the all-boys Wetherby school, a pre-prep school where Prince Charles, Prince William, and Prince Harry attended. David and Victoria Beckham's boys also went there, the Huffington Post notes. That will likely be a big change from his Montessori preschool in Norfolk, near the family's current residence. The family still hasn't made an official decision about the school. If they move back to London, they would likely make Kensington Palace their new home.
According to The Telegraph, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are apparently considering the move so they can perform more royal duties. William is apparently even considering leaving his career as a helicopter pilot once his contract ends in March. They want to help lighten the Queen's workload as she gets older, and also want to support more charitable causes.
Vanity Fair reports the family initially moved to Norfolk to shy their children away from the harsh spotlight. With a move to London comes a return to the media frenzy, but perhaps it's inevitable when your family contains two future kings.
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