The odd sleeping arrangements of Prince William and Kate Middleton at Kensington Palace have been disclosed.


The odd sleeping arrangements of Prince William and Kate Middleton at Kensington Palace have been disclosed.

The pair is based in Kensington Palace, near Hyde Park in central London, which is a major tourist site and TRH’s official residence. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. According to rumors, a blueprint of Kate Middleton and Prince William’s Kensington Palace home reveals that they have two master bedrooms on the ground level.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge live with their three children, George, 8, Charlotte, 6, and Louis, 3 years old, in Apartment 1A of Kensington Palace in downtown London.

According to My London, floorplans reveal a lot about how the family lives together, including the fact that workers sleep upstairs and the two master bedrooms are below.

Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo, a royal nanny who works full-time for the Cambridges and looks after their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, is among their staff.

Royal admirers have never been allowed access to the couple’s private sleeping quarters, although they have been given views into other areas of their magnificent home.

The Cambridges shared photos of then-US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama being welcomed into their stately home when the Obamas came to visit.

Their drawing room is decorated in the style of a traditional palace, with floral furnishings, gold accessories, and antiques galore.

The location of the bedrooms in the palace may be strange, but their children’s bedrooms have been adorned with IKEA furniture, according to reports.

The Duchess of Cambridge told IKEA’s Head of Design, Marcus Engman, during a visit to the National Museum of Architecture and Design in Stockholm in 2018, that she had chosen IKEA furniture for Prince George’s room.

The pair chose to do the same with their daughter Princess Charlotte, and we can only assume that their son Prince Louis will follow suit.

“I’m happy that we can suit everyone,” Marcus exclaimed, obviously overjoyed.

“That’s what we want IKEA to be — for everyone in the world, royalty and commoners alike.”

The pair is thought to have chosen the mainstream brand because of its durability.

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