Duke and Duchess of Cambridge find Windsor home

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge move into a house on the Windsor Castle estate with the goal of eventually moving into a "big house

The couple have been looking for housing in the area for some time and have now negotiated a property on the site of the Queen Elizabeth's current main residence with their eldest children

eight-year-old Prince George and seven-year-old Princess Charlotte. at the end of the semester and enroll in a school near their new home

and Prince Louis, four years old, will also start his studies this September.

According to the Sunday Times, the family is expected to eventually move to main Windsor Castle because Prince William's father

Prince Charles, will be living at Buckingham Palace and is not going to spend as much time in Berkshire as his father

the queen is currently doing when he becomes king.

However, William and Catherine will retain their Kensington Palace apartment

which will continue to be the base for their personal and press offices, and will continue to make frequent trips to their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall.