Kate Middleton and Prince William To Move Into New Home In Norfolk?

Kate Middleton and Prince William are reportedly set to move into a brand new country abode as renovation work begins on Amner Hall, a 10-bedroom Georgian mansion on the Queen’s Sandringham estate. 

The new parents recently upped sticks and left their summer home in Angelsey with baby Prince George as Will’s work with the RAF Search and Rescue team finally drew to an end. 

And while they wait for the final touches to be made to their Kensington Palace Apartment 1A , the new family are said to be planning a move into the plush Norfolk property. 

According to the Daily Express, builders have been spotted digging up topsoil and creating new paths and a driveway at the royal mansion to allow Kate, Wills and their little Prince maximum privacy once they move in. 

“Nothing is official but the fact that work has started is a clear indication the house is being made ready,” a source told the newspaper after it was revealed that the current tenant has now been asked to vacate the property by the Queen. 

A swarm of armed officers are also said to be circulating Kate and Wills’ Georgian pad, which boasts a swimming pool, tennis courts and acres of sprawling farmland, as the building work takes place. 

Well, it certainly sounds like a palace fit for a future King and Queen!

By Robyn Munson

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