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Kate Middleton and Prince William are photographed with daughter Charlotte outside St. Mary's Hospital in London. Reuters/Suzanne Plunkett

Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince George and Princess Charlotte have settled in at their country estate, Anmer Hall, to spend quiet time together and have a normal family life. The royal family made the trip to their Norfolk home -- located 110 miles northeast of London -- on May 6.

Set in a quiet area amid miles of green fields, the 10-bedroom Norfolk mansion seems an idyllic location for Will and Kate to raise their children. A close friend tells People in this week’s cover story that both parents have no other plans other than to raise a proper family. It’s the perfect place for them to "be mother and father in isolation a bit," the friend says. "It's a dream scenario for them."

Meanwhile, Kate has plenty of help caring for both George and Charlotte. Prince William is there to support his wife -- along with Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, the couple’s full time nanny. Kate’s mother, Carole Middleton, also will be on hand to lend her support to the royal couple as they transition from one child to two.

Prince William is still on paternity leave and is set to return to work as an air-ambulance pilot in the next few days. His decision to take an ordinary job was a conscious choice on the prince's part, E! News reported. The working hours may be brutal and require a lot of dedication, but he hopes his example will teach the children what a normal family looks like. The couple hopes to provide their children with as much of an ordinary life and normal childhood as they can.

It’s been nearly three months since Prince William passed his air transport pilot's license exams and became qualified to be an air ambulance pilot. Us Weekly posted a report in February stating that a representative for the prince mentioned that the Duke sees this job as a true form of public service that enables him to help people during their most difficult times.

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