In 2022, Prince William and Kate Middleton moved into a new royal residence near Windsor Castle: Adelaide Cottage, a charming, historic home. With news of Kate's abdominal surgery and the reports that she'll spend time recovering at home, let's take a closer look at the property. appLiên kết đăng nhập
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Adelaide Cottage’s location from Windsor Castle
Adelaide Cottage is located on the grounds of Windsor Home Park, , and . appLiên kết đăng nhậ appLiên kết đăng nhập
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A view of Windsor Castle

Adelaide Cottage was originally built for Queen Adelaide, the wife of King William IV, in 1831, using building materials from the Royal Lodge, The royal retreat has been used by a number of monarchs: the cottage for breakfast or tea. Another famous resident was with Princess Margaret.

The cottage underwent a renovation in 2015 and, at one point had elaborate decorations, The primary bedroom at the cottage at one point reportedly had a ceiling covered with gilded dolphins and a rope decoration, which is originally from a royal yacht from the 19th century. It also has a marble Graeco-Egyptian fireplace.

While the Cambridges (now the Waleses) moved into their new home in summer 2022, they did not give up their other two residences; Apartment 1a at Kensington Palace will remain the family's London home and they are also keeping ., "the move, which a Palace source said has been driven by their desire to have as normal a family life as possible, allows William and Kate the opportunity to offer their children a more rural upbringing away from central London and the hustle and bustle of Kensington Palace, which is a popular tourist attraction."
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