Apart from King Charles and the usual chaos surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Prince William has been completely focused on what he does. He never gave his responsibilities as the future King to Britain’s throne to suffer any kind of setback and has come back stronger every time with a major blow. This time his wife, Kate Middleton is seemingly walking shoulder to shoulder with her husband, taking some load off his head.
Prince William and Princess Kate's secret visit to Norfolk home revealed https://t.co/H04RoVTWZa
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Nonetheless, during the course of the same, Kate Middleton and Prince William do not forget to prioritize one another above everything. After having made their latest appearance at Leeds, the Prince and Princess of Wales have something more personal to share. This time it is not any revelation or a confession to make but something bigger than what was expected of them.
Prince William reveals details about his peaceful country home in Norfolk
The eldest son and daughter-in-law of the UK’s Monarchy just gave us a glimpse into their dream country home. Now we know where the Wales family spends their weekends away from the regularity of Kensington. According to Hello Magazine, the Prince of Wales made a secret visit to the East of England at Norfolk. After having paid their tributes to their fallen subjects, they were headed to their residence at the place.
Prince of Wales visits Snettisham Memorial Hall after service at St Mary's Church, Snettisham, to pay tribute to the 1953 floods. https://t.co/f1sYs7nisx
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The memorial visit was owing to the death of a thousand people who lost their lives to a devastating flood of 1953. Regardless, speaking of their home, the same is situated within a three-hour distance from the memorial. Their home in Norfolk is reportedly called Anmer Hall. However, this time it was just Prince William alone. His wife Kate Middleton and their three up and growing and children stayed back at Kensington.
Yesterday, The Prince of Wales visited Snettisham Memorial Hall for a service to remember the 1953 flood victims. The 1953 floods were the result of the worst storm for centuries to hit the Norfolk coast.
Prince William enjoyed coffee and cake and spoke to local residents. pic.twitter.com/dfk6vu6Ywo
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Their place in Norfolk is the perfect description of what a luxury home might look like. The house consists of 10 King Size bedrooms and is actually bigger than their traditional residence in Kensington. Prince William could not help but once gush about it elaborating on how peaceful it is from the rest of the world. Had the mother of three with their children visited the place, it would have been a beautiful family recreation on the Weekend.
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