Prince William and Kate's Anglesey cottage 'up for rent'

Prince William and Kate's Anglesey cottage 'up for rent'
Prince William and Kate's Anglesey cottage 'up for rent'

If you ever fancied living like a Duke and Duchess, this could be your chance.

Prince William and Kate Middleton's Anglesey cottage is reportedly now going to be rented out, according to the Daily Telegraph.

The paper reports the farmhouse where the couple lived for three years will soon come onto the rental market.

And as well as sleeping and eating where the famous royals did, you may also get to see them, as they reportedly loved it so much they will return to visit for holidays.

The couple paid £750 a month for the whitewashed cottage with views of Snowdonia, but it is believed it may go on the market at a higher price now.

The Duke of Cambridge, who has been an RAF rescue helicopter pilot at Valley for three years, set up home in a cottage on Anglesey in January 2010, but his posting is now due to end.

The couple will now move to their newly-renovated apartment at Kensington Palace.

At the end of August, the Duchess of Cambridge made her first public appearance since welcoming Prince George at the ultra-marathon in Anglesey.

The Duke and Duchess met with volunteers and runners taking part in the Ring O'Fire event, a three-day 135-mile coastal run.

Attendees at the event said locals would miss the royal couple. Louise Emery-Jones, 38, from Menai Bridge, Anglesey, told the BBC: "She's been seen shopping in Waitrose, out and about and on the beach at Rhosneigr.

"They have done wonders for the tourist industry."

Prince William recently attended the Anglesey Show, and administrator Aled Hughes told the Daily Post: "I'm so pleased the way the people of Anglesey have given them the privacy they deserve and made it homely for them so that they can relax without the need to be overpowered by security."

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