Inside rumoured home of William and Kate that Meghan had her heart set on

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The Cambridge family are set to move to Windsor and could re-locate to Adelaide Cottage which was previously sought by Meghan Markle.

Prince William and Kate Middleton are rumoured to move into the quaint property, once they leave their London home behind.

The cottage, which was commissioned by King William IV in 1831, was renovated in honour of the Queen and features two large rooms, French windows and several cosy fireplaces.

The picturesque details including a covered veranda, porte cochère and gingerbread trim, still remain today.

Adelaide Cottage managed to charm the monarch, with writings from the time describing the original property as "a romantic habitation under a steep bank," according to The Gardens and Parks of Windsor.

It can be found located inside the 4,800-acre Windsor Great Park and within the 650-acre Home Park privately managed by the Crown Estate.

Harry and Meghan had fallen in love with the cottage after they went for a viewing and it was believed that they were offered the home to live in, reports The Mail On Sunday.

But the couple decided to leave the UK and move to the US and went on to settle in a mansion in California, where they raise their two children.

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They previously lived in Frogmore Cottage however, it is thought that they never got to live in the Windsor residence.

It has since been reported that the Cambridges have also been looking at the property as a potential home for their family in Windsor.

It comes after it was revealed that Prince George, 8, and Princess Charlotte, 7, are set to leave their prep school Thomas's Battersea in London at the end of their current term.

According to People Magazine, the kids will enroll in a school within the Windsor area.

However, a family friend told The Sunday Times that the Cambridges could occupy Windsor Castle.

"The reality is they are quite confined in what they can do in London," they said.

"The kids can't go into the park and kick a football with friends. Their plan is to be there for the next 10 to 15 years and then move to Anmer, which is so special to them."

William and Kate will continue to use Kensington Palace as their home base in London.

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  • Prince William
  • Kate Middleton Duchess Of Cambridge

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