Prince William and Kate Middleton’s cottage on the Queen’s 50,000-acre estate in Scotland is still a secrete that many Britons will have to catch up with sooner or later as they really do not live there.
The British prince and his lovely wife split most of their time between London, at Kensington Palace, and Anmer Hall, their country home on the Queen’s Sandringham estate in Norfolk.
According to a report from the Mirror, the Tam-Na-Ghar holds very lovely memories for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they always visited the building when they were still dating.
Moreover, Prince William and Kate Middleton packed their kids, Prince George, 7, Prince Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, 2 into the three-bedroom cottage for a staycation two summers ago.
Wondering how Prince William got the cottage? Worry no more, it’s a gift to the Duke of Cambridge from his great-grandmother the Queen Mother.
The cottage which was passed on to William before the death of the Queen in 2002, is located near where Prince Charles and Camilla live on the estate — Birkhall.
Balmoral Castle is the crown jewel of the 150-building compound, where the Queen and Prince Philip spend their summers. There’re also several cottages that the royals rent to vacationers when they’re not around.