Kate Middleton
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge arrives for a SportsAid reception at "Home Nation House," during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland July 29, 2014.Reuters

Kate Middleton and Prince William recently moved to their countryside home Anmer Hall in Norfolk with their son Prince George and reports suggested that they might stay there for at least two years.

The royal couple has been in news off late for getting the house renovated. It was gifted to Prince William on his 30th birthday by his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II. 

"Kate and William are country folk at heart. While their London home will be their base in terms of royal duties, Norfolk is where they want to bring up their family," a royal insider revealed to British magazine Grazia, reported Independent.ie.

There were also speculations on Prince George's schooling ever since the renovation of Anmer Hall began. Several reports claimed the one-year-old would be home schooled though the royal couple is yet to confirm.

Meanwhile, the reason for the two opting for the country life is Prince William's childhood years. 

"It's where William spent his formative years, and is at his happiest, so it made sense," the source added.

Moreover, after of all the speculations on Middleton's second pregnancy, it is being said that she is going to plan another baby in her new home.

"The couple will get another dog and hope to have another baby while there. When the two years are up they will spend weekdays in London, where George will go to school, but weekends in Norfolk allowing them to have a normal family life," the source claimed.

The royal couple was recently seen honoring the heroes of World War 1. They paid tribute to the heroes by placing a single red poppy in the remembrance of those who gave their lives for the country. Prince Harry also accompanied them.