It's official: Kate Middleton is leaving London. We've been hearing rumors for weeks now that Kate and William would move out of Kensington Palace in favor of more secluded digs in rural Norfolk.
Today, a representative for Will confirmed that he has accepted a job as an air ambulance operator, and is soon to begin a "mandatory period of training" that will require the him to take up residence at Anmer Hall, along with Kate and Prince George.
Many Brits are vocally unhappy about the decision, as they feel that Will is making a habit of shirking his royal duties in order to put himself in harm's way working a potentially dangerous job.
Many of the complaints come from British journalists who have expressed their displeasure with the fact that Will's office flatly denied the relocation rumors as recently as May.
Naturally, the fact that the royal couple seems to be fleeing from the London press has given credence to the rumors that Kate is pregnant.
While the most recent Kate Middleton baby bump photos didn't exactly provide definitive proof, the timing of the family's move to Norfolk has caused many to wonder if Kate is trying to keep baby number two under wraps until her second trimester.