Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to move back to Wales?

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08 November 2013

Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge want to move back to Anglesey in Wales as they miss their secluded farmhouse.

Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge want to move back to Anglesey.

The royal couple only left their beloved cottage several weeks ago following the birth of their son, Prince George, three months ago, but the pair are reportedly keen to set up a family home in Wales.

The future king and queen have just moved into their newly renovated apartment at Kensington Palace in London, which cost taxpayers an estimated £1,1 million (R17,6 million).

However, according to local figures, the couple have been discreetly looking into returning to the secluded farmhouse they rented in Wales for £750 (R12 000)-a-month during William's three-year posting as a search-and-rescue pilot.

Royal biographer Michael Thornton, who lives on Anglesey off the northwest coast of Wales and often shopped alongside Kate at the local upmarket supermarket Waitrose, is quoted by the MailOnline as saying, "Rumours are flying about the possibility of the Cambridges acquiring a home on the island.

"I have heard they are interested in buying the farmhouse."

Meanwhile, it was reported at the beginning of the week that the royal couple were planning on extending their family as soon as possible by giving their first-born a little brother or sister.

A source said previously, "Kate's getting broody and they would love to have a brother and sister for George.

"They will have another baby as soon as possible and want a big family, more than the usual heir and a spare." -Bang Showbiz Share your thoughts:

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