After celebrating Prince George's first birthday and attending countless public events, Prince William and wife Kate Middleton are taking a break this August amidst miscarriage and adopting a child rumours. After an exciting half a year, the royal couple is taking some time to relax and enjoy their one-year-old bundle of joy in their new country home, Anmer Hall.
"The couple will spend the rest of the time off in Norfolk, where the final refurbishments are being completed at their new country home, Anmer Hall, on the Queen's Sandringham Estate," said the source in an interview with Vanity Fair.
Known for taking their vacations in the private island of Mustique, the couple made a different plan this year and wants to spend their month-long August vacation closer to home. Since Kate has been hands-on with the Anmer Hall renovations, the pair cannot wait to move in and wants to make sure that all final touches go exactly as planned.
The 10-bedroom country house will be the home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge for a month as they take a time off from their royal duties after months of non-stop speculations about Kate's second pregnancy. She was rumoured to be pregnant and then had a miscarriage, then decided to adopt a child after losing her second pregnancy.
With these allegations, Kensington Palace is yet to confirm whether all these accusations are true or not although it slammed Jessica Hays' claim about Kate's second pregnancy. Some tabloids are taking this vacation an escape for the Cambridges after an endless attention that follows them in London.
William and Kate will have one last public appearance with Prince Harry for World War 1 commemorations next Monday, and then they will take their month-long vacation until September. The pair is also scheduled to visit Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles, who are not present during their child's birthday.
"Sources say they will be taking Prince George to Scotland next month to Charles and Camilla, at their Highland home, and they will also take Prince George to see the Queen and Prince Philip at Balmoral," the royal source added.