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Aug 23, 2022
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With taxpayer money: Kate Middleton and Prince William criticized for moving from London

Kate Middleton and Prince William decided to move from the noisy London to the city. Now the couple live in Kensington Palace in the western part of the city, and in the fall they want to move to Adelaide Cottage, located next to Windsor Castle, where Elizabeth II lives. Their new home is quite modest by royal standards – the cottage has only four bedrooms, a living room and technical rooms. The couple explained their decision by the fact that they want to lead a normal family life and raise children away from the bustle of the city.

With taxpayer money: Kate Middleton and Prince William criticized for moving from London

But the people of Britain were still dissatisfied. The leader of the anti-monarchist party is outraged that the dukes are moving into a new home when ordinary citizens are struggling with electricity bills and suffering from inflation. After all, the spouses do not refuse Kensington Palace and the 10-room Anmer Hall mansion in Sandringham. And all these premises must be constantly maintained, heated and protected.

“When taxpayer money was being spent on refurbishing their Kensington Palace apartment, Prince William insisted that his family planned to live there for many years,” said journalist Peter Hunt.

By the way, there have recently been rumors that William is unfaithful to his wife…

With taxpayer money: Kate Middleton and Prince William criticized for moving from London

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