The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have used Kensington Palace in central London as their main residence with Prince George and Princess Charlotte attending schools in the capital until the end of the last academic year. Despite moving to Berkshire, the Cambridges will still use Kensington Palace as a base to work from when attending functions or performing royal duties in London.
Although the Cambridges also have access to a home in Scotland, it is thought that Anmer Hall in Norfolk is their favourite home.
The Duke and Duchess lived at the property when building work was being completed on Kensington Palace.
A number of key family milestones occurred when the family were living at Anmer Hall including Prince George’s first day at nursery and Princess Charlotte’s christening.
Anmer Hall is an 18th century red-brick house and was a wedding gift to the Cambridges from the Queen.
It is located on the Sandringham Estate and was bought by the future King Edward VII then Prince of Wales from fraudster Ernest Terah Hooley in 1898.
The property was originally the seat of the Coldham Family from 1705.
From 1972 to 1990 the house was leased to the Duke and Duchess of Kent who used it as a country retreat.
For the next decade the house was rented by Hugh van Cutsem and his family.
Hugh junior on the other hand made the Duke of Cambridge the godfather of his eldest daughter Grace.
Nicholas van Cutsem is also godfather to Prince Louis while William is godfather to Prince George.
It was in 2013 that the Cambridges were allocated Anmer Hall as part of a wedding gift from the Queen.
Significant refurbishments took place including a new roof, a conservatory, new kitchen and tree planting scheme.
The Cambridges lived in Norfolk full time between 2015 and 2017 as Prince George was attending nursery nearby at the Westacre Montessori School.