William and Kates blinkered splashing of cash on new home risks PR crisis

Kate Middleton and Prince William's decision to officially move their three children from London to Windsor has the seeming the chance to be a "serious PR crisis", a royal expert has claimed.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge recently moved their three kids Prince George, nine, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis four, to a new school.

A change of schools was reported yesterday (Monday, August 22) by Daily Star, with the confirmation that the three royal children would be studying at Lambrook School from September this year.

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But the change of school and subsequent move from London to Windsor has the potential for disaster, with royal commentator Daniela Elser calling the move "tone deaf".

Speaking of the move, Elser said: "At any other time, this announcement that the third, fourth and fifth in line to the throne would be changing schools would have barely caused a ripple however, instead this situation has the potential to develop into a serious PR crisis for the Cambridges.

"So, for the Duke and Duchess to decide, against this backdrop and with community feeling running sky high, to oh-so-casually demonstrate that they are, technically speaking, stonkingly loaded just seems idiotic.

"Twitter has been having a field day with the Cambridges’ blinkered splashing of cash."

Elser then shared a series of tweets, with one reading: "All at our expense, during a cost of living crisis. Disgrace."

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Commentator Elser also accused the Cambridge family of having a "lack of awareness of, or interest in, the financial misery of millions".

She also claimed that the situation "has the potential to develop into a serious PR crisis for the Cambridges," news.com.au reported.

Her comments come as a different royal commentator says Prince William must avoid a crucial "death trap" if he is to compete with his brother Prince Harry in the United States.

Royal expert Eric Schiffer said that the Duke of Cambridge must make sure he is "defining the battleground" as he targets "issues that matter to Gen Z and millenials".

A spokesperson for William and Kate has been contacted for comment.

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