Report By: Nina Rai
London 23 June, 2012
According to latest reports there are plans in the offing for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to shift residence to Kensington palace in London.
While undoubtedlyis now a royal, at the same time she is also a keen homemaker. Apparently the Duchess is interested in redesigning and renovating Kensington palace.
Reportedly Kate and Will are planning on expanding their family pretty soon. Both of them are presently based in Anglesey, North Wales, where they even celebrated the Duke's birthday on Thursday, 21st June, 2012. .
If Prince William, 30, chooses not to undertake another tour with the Royal Air Force, the royal pair will then officially make London their base. A source recently spoke to Us Weekly Magazine about Will and Kate’s proposed move to Kensington Palace.
According to the source in case there is a baby coming soon, "They'll want the extra space and security." Meanwhile, Catherine is said to be excited about redesigning the interiors of the apartment which once belonged to late Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon who passed away in 2002.
The source revealed: "She's keen to work with interior designer Kelly Hoppen … but she wants to do a lot herself." Structural work on the pad will kick off sometime this September.
This move makes practical sense too and is corroborated by what Prince William recently toldthat he's "keen to have a family." "This is why William has chosen not to share his future RAF work plans until next summer," the source goes on to explain. "If they're expecting, it will be full-time London for them," he added.
Meanwhile, the royal couple is rumored to be actively trying to have a baby. Royal watchers can rest assured, once Kate Middleton is three months pregnant, “The pregnancy will be announced .. It won't be hidden," promised the insider to Us.
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Source: US Magazine
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