Kate set to give Kensington Palace a makeover
Posted June 23, 2012
There's still no official confirmation that Kate Middleton is expecting a little addition to the British royal family. But apparently, Prince William's wife is feathering their nest.
Us reports that Middleton is redecorating the Kensington Palace apartment that she and her spouse will share. A source tells the magazine that the duchess wants Kelly Hoppen, the South African-born interior designer, to work on the space that once belonged to Princess Margaret - but that Middleton also "wants to do a lot herself."
The source suggests that the timing of Middleton's plans may not be entirely unrelated to pregnancy rumors. The young royals will want "extra space and security" to start raising a family: "This is why William has chosen not to share his future (Royal Air Force) work plans until next summer. If they're expecting, it will be full-time London for them."
Latest in Entertainment