Kate and William to get permission for honour Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were denied

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Prince William and Kate Middleton may be considering the option to relocate their family to Windsor Castle it has been claimed.

The royals are believed to have been given the offer to them by the Queen which would bring the family closer together.

However, a similar option was requested and denied Prince Harry and Meghan Markle while they were still living in the UK.

According to News.com.au, Prince William and his family may move into the palace that was Harry and Meghan’s first choice back in 2018.

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The news site claims: "Prince William and Kate Middleton are reportedly in talks with the Queen about the possibility of residing at Windsor Castle.

"The move from Kensington Palace to Windsor Castle would place the pair closer to Kate's family, as well as the Queen."

"It is a request that Meghan and Harry once made, only to be rejected.

"The Crown Estate boasts over 230 properties meaning the Queen has variety when it comes to gifting properties to the Royal Family.

"Harry and Meghan briefly lived in Frogmore Cottage in 2018, a property on the Windsor estate.

"However, it was revealed this was not their first choice and they would have preferred to live in Windsor Castle."

Royal expert Roya Nikkah has previously commented on this, saying: "The Queen politely but firmly suggested Frogmore Cottage on the Windsor estate."

Royal expert Katie Nicholl has also been told by a source: "William and Kate are very seriously considering a move to Windsor.

"It has been discussed with the Queen and there are options at Windsor Castle."

Prince William, Kate and their three children currently live in Apartment 1A Kensington Palace when they aren’t visiting their country house of Anmer Hall.

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