Prince William, Kate Middleton Shock: Cambridges Reportedly Moving To Windsor This Summer To Be Near Queen Elizabeth, Prince Andrew Won't Budge?

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Prince William and Kate Middleton are allegedly making ways to be closer to Queen Elizabeth II. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are allegedly scouting for places to stay in Windsor amid reports that Prince Andrew has been a regular visitor of the Queen in Windsor Castle.

Prince William And Kate Middleton Are Allegedly Moving To Windsor

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge who have spent their time between Norfolk and Kensington Palace are looking for a new home in Windsor. Prince William, 40, and Middleton, 39, have been looking for some royal mansions but have ruled out Fort Belvedere, King Edward VIII, and Wallis Simpson's home, on the ends of the Windsor Great Park.


They were allegedly eyeing Frogmore House, Adelaide Cottage, and Prince Andrew's Royal Lodge. However, the Duke of York will not budge, The Sun reported. The reports of the Cambridges moving to Windsor came after Prince Andrew escorted the Queen to Prince Philip's memorial service last week.

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"The need to move to Windsor is growing more and more. Andrew spends a lot of time with the Queen," an unnamed source told the outlet. "He lives next door and is always there for her. During the Covid lockdown, the family were glad Andrew was always on hand."

The source continued, "There is not a man, woman or child who would not say he had every right to be at Philip’s thanksgiving. But the family have been adamant there’s no way back. There are real fears that despite being banished from The Firm in January, he is using his closeness to the Queen as a springboard back into public life."


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Prince William And Prince Charles Allegedly Dismayed After Queen Chose Prince Andrew To Be Her Escort

Last week, the Queen debunked the rumors that she would not attend her late husband's thanksgiving memorial service because she arrived at the event. However, she had a controversial company because she was escorted by the disgraced royal, Prince Andrew.

Both Prince William and Prince Charles were allegedly dismayed. According to Daily Mail, Prince Andrew demanded to be the Queen's escort because he wanted to be front and center at the gathering. Also, he allegedly believed the sight of him with his mother would give a "sign of endorsement."


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The Prince of Wales and Duke of Cambridge were allegedly dismayed at the Duke of York's demand. The move reportedly caused a "consternation" among the senior royals.

There were also rumors that Prince William and Prince Charles thought Prince Andrew was only using the Queen to rebuild his reputation. However, royal biographer Robert Jobson came to the mother and son's defense and clarified that it was the Queen who wanted her second son to be her escort.

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"The Queen made her decision for her own reasons. She was not bullied into [it] by Andrew," Jobson tweeted Thursday. "She asked him to accompany her, and if the Queen asks you to do something, it is not a request. The vitriol against Her Majesty is awful. I am not backing Andrew, but it was the Queen’s call."

Stay tuned for more news and updates about the royal couple.

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