A garden to honor Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince George will be planted in Anglesey if one local Member of Parliament has his way. Hello Magazine reports today (Tuesday) the MP wants to keep a lasting memory of the Cambridges on the Welsh isle even after they move to London full-time in the next few weeks. "I shall be writing to the royal household hoping they will endorse it," local MP Albert Owen is quoted as saying about the proposed garden. "A designed garden of celebration could be established on the island so that tourists could come and visit year on year," he said.
Prince William said during an August engagement at the Anglesey Farm Show that he and his wife very much enjoyed the three years they spent living in the community and plan to return regularly. The royal couple enjoyed relative privacy and normalcy living there in a rented farm house while Prince William was stationed at RAF Anglesey.
The Duke of Cambridge confirmed he would not be renewing his contract and would be soon be moving 'elsewhere.' He did not reveal his future career plans, but it's believed the duke will take a London-based Army position to be closer to Kate Middleton and Prince George.
The Cambridges are moving into Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace. The large apartment continues to undergo major renovations, but is expected to be ready for the family to move in soon.