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Spot of tennis, anyone? Prince William and Duchess Catherine continue to expand their home

The happy couple continue to expand their ten-bedroom home at Anmer Hall in Norfolkshire.

By Bella Brennan
It looks like Prince George and little sister Princess Charlotte will be growing up with a dab hand at tennis!
Fresh reports reveal their proud parents, Prince William and Duchess Catherine, will be adding a tennis court to their sprawling country estate where they have been residing since their daughter's birth in May.
In June the notoriously fit couple filed application documents to repair their current court, which is believed to be rundown, and move the location of it on the property.
And now documents published on the King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council website confirm permission has been given for Wills and Kate to go full steam ahead with their plans.
The sporty couple have been residing at their country estate Anmer Hall estate in Norfolkshire since the birth of Princess Charlotte in May.
So what will become of their current courts? Well, the pair are planning to knock it down and extend the grounds into their garden.
The shiny new tennis court will be erected about 20 metres away from the original.
In the documents tendered by the estate, it claims the new plan “improves the views” and vouches to have “no significant impact” on the public’s point of view.
No doubt the tennis court will be a welcome addition to the sports-loving couple, who were spotted engrossed in the semi-finals match at Wimbledon in July.

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