At the end of 2016, the Dukes of Cambridge were tacitly recognized as the "laziest" monarchs. Such conclusions were made after journalists calculated how many official events the spouses attended in a year and how actively they participated in the social life of their country.
Apparently, from Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William and his wife received a scolding and in 2017 decided to step up.
Soon, Kate Middleton, Prince William and their children will change their place of residence - from the Anmer Hall estate in Norfolk, where they have lived for the past three years, the couple will move to Kensington Palace in London. Here, William will deal with important matters of state, and Kate will raise children.
The move should take place in the near future, but for now, the couple is busy strengthening the protection of the palace. Reporters reported that the Dukes of Cambridge hired a team of gardeners to plant conifers in the area, which can hide the little heirs from prying eyes during their walks in the garden. They also changed the plan of the entrance to their residence and asked to close the area above Kensington Palace for flights.
“The interest in the family of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is understandable, but a balance must be maintained between it and their right to privacy. This is very important for a family with young children,”explained representatives of Prince William and Kate Middleton.