Prince William and Kate Middleton's new house for baby number 4
As their family grows, the pair prepare for a bigger home
There’s been a lot of speculation that the Duchess of Cambridge is set to announce her fourth pregnancy any day now. Now, with rumours that William and Kate are set to upgrade to a bigger home within the Kensington Palace property, it looks like this might be the proof we’ve been waiting for that Kate has another baby on board!
Late last week, removal trucks were noticed outside Apartment 1 in the Kensington Palace complex – the abode next door to the Cambridges’ home, Apartment 1A. Since 1972, the Queen’s cousin, Prince Richard, and his wife have been living in the huge 21-room residence.
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But with their three kids all grown up, the couple hardly need such an expansive space and were spotted beginning to make the move to a smaller residence on the property known as the Old Stables – making way for the soon-to-be family of six to move into the bigger home!
Though an official announcement has yet to be made, Travel+Leisure reports Kate and William “may need all of that space” and may even have plans to expand Apartment 1A to include the house next door, rather than doing a simple move.
The Duke of Cambridge fuelled the pregnancy rumours earlier this week, too, when he was seen on his way to church in Scotland with the Queen. The pair’s presence – along with an absence of Catherine – sparked talk Wills was at Balmoral Castle to share the exciting news with his grandmother before it became public knowledge, as is tradition.
Meanwhile, local bookies are betting on official word coming any day now.
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