Flying restriction to be applied for Kate Middleton and Prince William’s country home Anmer Hall starting November 1

“The Secretary of State has decided that it is necessary in the public interest to restrict flying in the vicinity of Anmer Hall, Norfolk, having regard to the security considerations associated with this location by reason of it being the residence of members of the Royal Family,” public government documents read.

Aircraft will be restricted over Kate Middleton and Prince William’ s 10-bedroom country home, which was a wedding present from the Queen, 89.

This restriction is set be applied over Anmer Hall from November 1. The same restriction is available for the Queen estate’s Sandringham House annually for three months from December 1 to March 1.

This rule is not applied for emergency services aircraft and obviously Queen Elizabeth II’s helicopter or a Royal family member.

When Princess Charlotte came into the world in May, the royal couple issued a letter asking the media for privacy after their daughther’s birth.

Back in August, Kate and William voiced their concern over the paparazzi harassment of their son Prince George.