Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge To Move To New Country Home With Prince George

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to move into Amner Hall in Norfolk with their new bundle of joy Prince George. The happy family will settle on the Queen's private Sandringham estate - think fabulous Georgian residence - which will be their second home to the Kensington Palace apartments that are currently being renovated.

The timber company based on the grounds of the residence is owned by Mr Everett who told The Daily Mail that the family-run business is already moving out. The Norfolk Oak website also revealed that they will be moving from: "Amner Hall, which is soon to be faced with royalty once more, to historic, rustic RAF West Raynham". Hurrah for Kate and Wills - these are the perfect digs for bringing up a Prince (and lots more royal babies!)

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At present, the couple and their new addition are staying with Kate's parents at the Middleton Estate in Bucklebury where Carole and Mike are earning their stripes as new grandparents.

Take a look back through this gallery of pics from when Kate and William left St Mary's hospital with the new Prince. Best day EVER.