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The Grade II-listed property they plan to move into next month has a tennis court, swimming pool and library.
However, reports that they have also looked at buying the £5 million Wiltshire former home of Camilla Parker Bowles were scotched by Michael Middleton’s cousin Matita Glassborow, who told me crossly: ‘I know for a fact that Michael and Carole never went over the threshold.’Nor are they the only members of the clan making a fist of their business.
His blog — called Bringing Up Charlie — describes his life as father to a young son and his status as a full‑time house husband.
Then, after poking fun at the pop concert for the Queen outside Buckingham Palace, he concluded: ‘I like it done quietly, with dignity.
Despite being at the start of his business career, he drives a Range Rover and last year bought an AC Cobra car, worth up to £70,000, on e Bay, paying an extra £2,000 to have it shipped to Britain from Ibiza.
But the fact that they appear on a website associated with the Middletons certainly raises questions about how Kate’s family can combine their quasi-royal status with a booming business operation.
Nor have they let the grass grow under their feet in the intervening months.
A few weeks ago, Party Pieces, which their daughter Kate worked for part-time before her marriage, signed a prestigious deal with Legoland in Windsor, which rewards visitors to the Middletons’ website with the chance to collect free tickets to the theme park.
Already, it is said that they plan to convert outbuildings at their new des res — which is the former family seat of a family whose ancestors were granted the land by Henry VIII — to billet protection officers when Kate and Prince William come to stay.
On the final day of the Jubilee celebrations, the magazine The Party Times — which is edited by Kate’s 28-year-old sister Pippa — included a controversial opinion article that seemed totally out of keeping with the patriotic bunting, party plates and royal memorabilia that have kept the family’s cash flowing in over recent weeks.Kate’s younger brother James, 25, has launched his own baking business, Nice Cakes, which offers what might euphemistically be called ‘adult-themed’ baked goods.