Prince William and Kate head to country home with Princess Charlotte

The Cambridges are on the move.

Prince William and wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, departed London on Wednesday with their children for their country retreat in Norfolk, England.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with daughter Princess Charlotte and son Prince George, are heading from Kensington Palace to Anmer Hall, their 10-bedroom home on Queen Elizabeth II's Sandringham Estate.

According to the Daily Mail, the couple will spend the next few weeks in the newly-renovated Georgian mansion as they adjust to life with a newborn and a toddler.

Anmer Hall was a gift to William and Kate from the queen. Renovations on the home were completed last year.

The royal couple welcomed Charlotte Elizabeth Diana on May 2, and returned to their Kensington Palace home that same day. There, the baby girl got visits from grandfather Prince Charles -- who had stated his hopes for a granddaughter before her arrival -- as well as members of Kate's family and the queen herself.

William is now on paternity leave and is expected to resume his air ambulance pilot training on June 1.

It's thought that the public won't get another glimpse of the new little princess for some time -- the Mail reports that the couple is expected to release a new family photo with her and 21-month-old George in the coming weeks, but the next time she's photographed publicly likely won't be until her christening.