Kate Middleton the Duchess of Cambridge will no doubt be making plans for the arrival of her baby in five months time and according to insiders so are proud grandparents to be Michael and Carole Middleton who are reportedly building a “granny flat” for the couple when they bring the baby to visit.
Carol and Michael are known to be very close to the couple, who opted to break royal protocol and spend a quiet Christmas with the Middletons, rather than join the rest of the royal family at Sandringham so plans for an extension for the new arrival aren't a surprise.
The baby prince or princess, who is due in July, will reportedly sleep in a new anex at the Middleton's £4.7 million home in Bucklebury, Berkshire where Kate grew up after planning permission was granted to add a separate building to the manor.
Silver fox Michael and wife Carole are said to be planning ready for arrival of first grandchild (WENN)
“It will be in a corner of the seven-bedroom manor's 18 acres at Bucklebury, Berks, and have four garages and a room for the Royal couple's nanny,” a source told the Sunday People.
It's not just the Middleton's who are preparing. Kate and William are busy doing up their own flat at Kensington Palace ready for their family and it's not just a tin of paint, the refurbishment is believed to cost around £12 million.
Kate was spotted out last week sporting a baby bump as she shopped in London and though it's still five months till the babe arrives, we're sure the time will go quickly! Let's hope all these plans are done for when baby arrives.