We all knew it wouldn't be long before talk of ANOTHER royal baby was being whispered around Kensington, but this rumour's down to the TWO nurseries at Duchess Kate's new home...
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, is at the centre of more pregnancy whispers as it’s emerged that the royal’s new home has TWO nurseries.
While we knew it wouldn’t be long before Hollywood reports suggested that the Duchess was planning her second child (give her a break, already), this latest information certainly proves that another royal tot is on the cards for Kate Middleton and Prince William in the future.
The royal couple are reportedly moving into their new home at Kensington Palace, apartment 1A, this week, which they’re relocating to from their home in Anglesey.
And Us Weekly is one of many sources to report that the home – decorated and renovated to Duchess Kate‘s instructions – has not one, but TWO nurseries. OOH.
A palace insider states that the second nursery will act as a ‘night nursery’ or as a playroom for Prince George while he grows up, and will no doubt store the hundreds of outfits and gifts he’ll have been sent from royals, friends and celebrities over the last two months.
The apartment, which has cost a whopping £1 million to renovate, and once belonged to the late Princess Margaret, boasts twenty rooms – including five reception rooms, three main bedrooms, dressing rooms, bathrooms and staterooms – for Prince George’s nanny Jessie Webb and the pair’s Italian housekeeper, Antonella Fresolone.
Talking about Kate, Wills and baby George’s big move, a Kensington Palace spokesperson said this week: ‘It’ll be soon certainly. I can’t say exactly when – builders are builders.’
We think Duchess Kate‘s probably got enough on her hands what with moving house. But at least when baby no.2 DOES arrive, it’ll have a lovely new nursery ready and waiting… watch this space.