Prince William and Kate Middleton Feel at Home Because of Prince Philip
Prince William and Kate Middleton split their time between Kensington Palace and Anmer Hall
William and Catherine have two homes, one in London, England, and another in Norfolk, England. Their London residence is Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace.
There’s no place like home. But for someone who has multiple residences like Prince William, Duke of Cambridge one is bound to have more of a homey feel. In a new documentary about Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh the 39-year-old revealed how his late grandfather helped him and his wife, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge feel at home at Anmer Hall.
A wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth II, William and Catherine’s Norfolk residence, Anmer Hall, is near the royal family’s Sandringham Estate. Once again, the so-called country home is still a grand piece of property. Anmer Hall is a sprawling home with plenty of room for the couple’s children — Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis — to run around.
Despite being called an apartment the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s palace address is more like a mansion. Apartment 1A, the former home of Princess Margaret, is four stories high with approximately 20 rooms. It has five reception rooms, multiple dressing rooms, three main bedrooms, nurseries, living quarters for staff, a gym, and an elevator.