Kate Middleton & Prince William Drop a Clue That They're Moving Back to London

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Sounds like this family could be saying good-bye to the quiet, country life for a while. Reportedly, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are planning to leave Anmer Hall behind and move to Kensington Palace full-time. Trading in that secluded lifestyle probably won't be easy, but there's a good reason behind it. 


An insider apparently told E! News that William and Kate are expected to enroll their son, Prince George, 3, in the Wetherby School, the prestigious all-boys institution both Will and his younger brother, Prince Harry, attended.

Currently, the perennially adorable prince goes to preschool at the Westacre Montessori School in Norfolk, which is but a few miles away from the family's country home. 

Who could forget this adorable photo of George heading off for this first day?

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You can't blame the royals for wanting to maintain as much privacy as possible -- especially with their children so little. With William and Harry losing their mom in such a public and horrific way, it's no wonder Will would yearn for a quiet life for his growing family. 

Giving up that lifestyle will surely be a big change, but we're sure the hands-on parents want the best for their kids, and if that means moving to the big city, so be it. 

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George seems smart as a whip, with that cheeky grin and his funny expressions and quotes, so we're sure the school will be thrilled to have him. 

The queen will no doubt be pleased to have her great-grandchildren near by. Who would want to be away from all that cuteness?

Let's just hope we see plenty of photos as George graduates from his current academy and heads off to the next. 

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