Kate Middleton Moves Out of Kensington Palace, Prince George to be Raised at Anmer Hall -Reports

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Britain's Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge Smiles As She Meets Guests During A Garden Party Held At Buckingham Palace, In Central London
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge smiles as she meets guests during a garden party held at Buckingham Palace, in central London June 10, 2014. REUTERS/John Stillwell/Pool

Kate Middleton is reportedly moving out of Kensington palace as she plans to raise Prince George at Anmer Hall at Queen Elizabeth's Sandrigham estate.  Middleton wants to give her son Prince George a quiet upbringing in the country side away from the hustle-bustle of the city, according to June 23 edition of Star magazine. 

 Queen Elizabeth has presented the picturesque estate, located in the lap of nature, to Prince William on his 30th birthday. Citing the Star magazine's report, Celebdirtylaundry says that Middleton wanting to raise Prince George away from the city atmosphere is not the only reason for the move, but she also wants to home school him. It is possible that Prince George may never attend civil schools, the Web site says.

"Some might say it's a little dull," a friend told Vanity Fair (via Inquister) about the royal couple's decision of moving to countryside, "but they love it. I saw William recently and he is so happy. They've grown out of clubbing and have no interest in parties. They just enjoy being together at home. No one bothers them in Anglesey, there are few paparazzi, and they love the countryside."

Meanwhile, there is also media buzz that suggests that Kate Middleton is pregnant with twin daughters. Celebdirtylaundry cited the report of Star magazine, which indicated that Middleton is 12 weeks pregnant. She was able to hide her pregnancy because she did not suffer from morning sickness this time.

"Kate has always wanted a daughter, and she's talked about it so much that William did too. Kate's upbringing with Pippa [Middleton] was idyllic and she always wanted to have girls of her own to carry on the legacy of strong, happy women. Plus, she thinks George having sisters will be tremendously good for his character," a palace insider said.

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