Prince William and Kate Middleton are moving closer to Queen Elizabeth as soon as they can.\n\nThe Cambridges are believed to be planning a big move to Windsor as soon as this summer following the 96-year-old's health woes in recent months.According to The Sun, William, 39, and Kate, 40 — who currently go back and forth between Norfolk and Kensington Palace — have been eyeing private homes in Windsor, including Frogmore House and Adelaide Cottage, to live in with their three children: George, 8, Charlotte, 6 and Louis, 3. \n\nPRINCE ANDREW SECRETLY VISITING QUEEN ELIZABETH II AMID VIRGINIA GIUFFRE LAWSUIT SETTLEMENT\n\nThe search for a new place to call home comes in the midst of fears that the Queen is growing too close to embattled son Prince Andrew, who lives just next door to Her Majesty."The need to move to Windsor is growing more and more," an insider dished to the outlet of William and Kate, as "Andrew spends a lot of time with the Queen." \n\n"He lives next door and is always there for her," the source reportedly continued. "During the COVID lockdown, the family were glad Andrew was always on hand," but in light of recent controversy, the disgraced royal has been on the outs with some senior members of the royal family.As OK! reported, Andrew recently settled a sexual assault lawsuit filed by Virginia Giuffre, a victim of Jeffrey Epstein's who claimed to have been raped by the Duke of York when she was only a minor. The matter was settled outside of court in February, with Andrew paying an estimated $16 million settlement.According to the publication, William and Kate were amongst the royals calling for Andrew's military titles and royal patronages to be stripped, which the Queen put into effect earlier this year. \n\nBut Andrew has continued to ruffle royal feathers since the settlement, especially after he showed up to escort the Queen to Prince Philip's memorial service last month. \n\nPRINCE ANDREW'S 'ARROGANCE' HASN'T SERVED HIM WELL,' CAUSES LAPSES IN JUDGEMENT: SOURCE\n\nRoyal expert Natalie Oliveri previously told the outlet that Andrew attending the service with his mother was not a "good look" for the royals and that continuing to accompany her to events will "certainly leave a lot of people angry."The insider from the first report stated that while, "There is not a man woman or child who would not say [Prince Andrew] had every right to be at Philip’s thanksgiving," the royal family "have been adamant there’s no way back" for the embattled royal. \n\n"There are real fears that despite being banished from The Firm in January, he is using his closeness to the Queen as a springboard back into public life," the source concluded, according to the publication.