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The Duchess of Cambridge divides her time between her opulent homes Kensington Palace and Anmer Hall, with her husband Prince William and their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Reports have suggested that the Duke and Duchess may be considering a move to Fort Belvedere in Windsor Great Parkan 18th century property that was once home to Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson.
The property is said to be one of a long line of spectacular houses where the Duchess has lived – even since before she became royal. From the dorm where Kate lived while studying at St Andrews University – where she first met Prince William – to the picturesque family home with her mother Carole and father Michael, discover all the houses where Kate has lived…
SEE: Inside Kate Middleton’s former £1.88million former London flat
Both Kate and her younger siblings Pippa and James Middleton attended Marlborough College, a mixed boarding school in Wiltshire, as teenagers. It currently costs over £36,000 a year to stay in the school, where there are six girls’ houses and six boys’ houses, along with a further five coeducational houses.