An unusual bedroom setup at Prince William and Kate’s home has been revealed.
The couple lives in apartment 1a in Kensington palace, which boasts 20 rooms in total. These rooms include bedrooms, reception rooms and nurseries.
Now, it’s reported that the couple to have a rather unusual setup for some of their master bedrooms in their home.
According to Hello!, floor plans have shown that some of the master bedrooms are actually on the ground floor, instead of upstairs as to be expected. The report suggests, however, that there is a good reason for this.
It’s believed that the couple’s staff, who stay with them in their home, sleep in the bedrooms upstairs.
Floorplans have revealed details of William and Kate’s home at Kensington Palace. (via Getty)
The couple rarely show details of their home to the public.
Just yesterday, however, William shared a glimpse of their garden in a video shared to Twitter. In the clip, William sat down with world champion boxer and Olympian, Lauren Price, and marked her 27th birthday.
The video shows the couple’s gorgeous garden space, including some stunning garden furniture.
Great to chat boxing, football, birthday celebrations and taxi driving, @LLPrice94.
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) July 20, 2021
To be honest, this has just made us want to see their interior design choices INSIDE their home even more.
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