Kensington Palace-London Home

After their wedding in 2011, Guesses stated about where Kate and William would live. On the 6th of November 2011, It was announced that they would move intountitled Apartment 1A in Kensington Palace. untitledThis was once the Queens sister, Princess Margaret Apartment until her death. Renovations started and after 18 months in October 2013, with their son George, Kate and William moved in to Kensington Palace. With Williams brother Harry moving into Nottingham Cottage3aaa95351459fab2511008ab63d207d2, where Kate and William lived until the renovations finished on their Apartment. Nottingham cottage previously occupied by Williams aunt, Diana’s sister Lady Jane Fellows. Diana also lived in Kensington Palace until her death, apartments 8 & 9, were Diana’s and Charles given to them by the Queen after their wedding. Diana then lived there after her divorce. Nottingham Cottage has two bedrooms, two small reception rooms, a kitchen, and a small garden at the front. Apartment 1A was previously used for the Historic Royal Palaces and so a lot of photos exist of the inside of the inside of the Apartment. The kitchen kitchen, The entrance untitled  and the garden untitled1.Kate also got the Queens permission to use items from the Royal collection, to furnish the Apartment. Last I’ll leave you with this floor plan of apartments in Kensington Palace

Pink - State rooms Purple - Apartment 1A ( Home of William & Kate) Beige - Apartment 1 (Home of the Duke & Duchess of Gloucester) Green - Apartments 8 & 9 (Former home of Charles & Diana, Diana's home after her divorce) Orange - Apartment 10  (Home of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent)
Pink – State rooms
Purple – Apartment 1A ( Home of William & Kate)
Beige – Apartment 1 (Home of the Duke & Duchess of Gloucester)
Green – Apartments 8 & 9 (Former home of Charles & Diana, Diana’s home after her divorce)
Orange – Apartment 10 (Home of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent)
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