In due time, Prince William will become the king of the United Kingdom, and the latest reports claim that he might break royal protocols years before he ascends the throne.
It appears that just like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Cambridges are eyeing a sprawling property of their own.
Kate Middleton and her husband, who is second in line to become the head of the Commonwealth, are currently living in the newly renovated Kensington Palace and own a country estate, Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
Millions of pounds have been spent to make the palace a happy home for the Cambridge couple and their three young children — Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3.
It has also been confirmed that the Duchess of Cambridge spent hours of her time redecorating it.
However, according to royal experts, there is a big possibility that the power couple might be moving to the biggest and most luxurious palaces of them all even before Prince William is coronated.
Prince Charles made it clear that he will remain in Clarence House, his current home with his wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, even after he becomes king instead of moving to Buckingham Palace.
Buckingham Palace initially belonged to John Sheffield, 1st Duke of Buckingham and Normanby, and it was purchased by King George III and became the London residence of the British monarch when Queen Victoria rose to the throne in 1837.
Experts say that Buckingham Palace will not remain unoccupied if Prince Charles declines to move in. Instead, the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge are predicted to call it home.
Royal expert Christine-Marie Liwag Dixon made this prediction about Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and the heir to the throne: “Prince William and Kate definitely don’t live in a tiny shack in England. In fact, after they got married, the pair moved into an apartment at Kensington Palace. The Duchess even redecorated it to look just as swanky as any palace you could imagine.”
She went on to say: “However, once Prince William becomes king, their residence will change. But the difference between the luxurious homes is noticeable, according to the commentator.”
She continued: “Obviously, they’ll still live in a palace. But their upgrade will be a lot bigger and a whole lot more prestigious. However, the family could actually move to Buckingham Palace before William becomes king. His father, Prince Charles, is reportedly planning on staying at his residence, Clarence House, when he becomes king.”
After Megxit, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex paid a whopping $14.7 million for a gorgeous mansion in the neighborhood of Montecito.