The Royal Couple on the Hunt for Extra Space

The Royal Couple on the Hunt for Extra Space

London : United Kingdom | Sep 19, 2012 at 4:54 AM PDT
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Palace For Kate & Wills

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s move to Kensington Palace may be a sign of the couple’s desire to start a family. Ever since the fairy tale royal wedding, the whole world has been on the look out for the slightest hint of a royal heir. Usually, the first child appears within a year of a royal wedding, but it seems Will and Kate are taking it slowly. But this new move to Kensington Palace could mean that a baby is in the air for the royal couple. After a difficult start, with William’s deployment for the Royal Air Force, this move to London looks like things are heading in the right direction. A source from the palace says on the topic of a baby, “They’ll want the extra space and security. This is why William has chosen not to share his future RAF work plans until next summer. If they’re expecting, it will be full-time London for them.” The Duchess is excited by the move and more so about decorating their wing. While working with an interior designer, Kate is doing a lot herself. Prince William and Kate Middleton are said to be actively trying for a child, but if the Duchess is pregnant the news will be announced after the three-month mark. “The pregnancy will be announced. It won’t be hidden,” says source.

Tags: Kensington Palace, Will and Kate babyboy, william and kate middleton

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