Kate Middleton and Prince William have submitted an application to the borough council for a new tennis court at their Georgian country house in Norfolk.
The application states that the tennis court from their house where they are settled with their children, Prince George, almost 2 years old, and Princess Charlotte, 2 months old, is not in good condition, and they were advised to resurface by removing the existing court.
A designer recommended to the royal couple that the court be “moved away” from its current position to the proposed location. That implies taking a small area of Parkland to ensure there is enough space around the court.
The 3.65-hectare court will be made from artificial turf from AstroTurf, and according to the submitted plans, it will be placed in an “area of undeveloped garden.”
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to attend the Wimbledon quarterfinals on Wednesday.