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Kate Middleton, Duchess Of Cambridge 'Already Has Royal Nursery Ready'

The Duchess of Cambridge is keeping quiet about interior for newborn


Kate Middleton and Prince William have reportedly decorated their first child's nursery, but not even the décor gives away what sex the baby could be.

The much anticipated royal birth is due to happen later this summer but their 20 bedroom Kensington Palace apartment will not be ready to move into by the time of the birth.

The royal couple are currently living in a small two bedroom cottage on the grounds of Kensington Palace while they await the renovation of their new home.

But according to a new source, a temporary nursery has already been set up in ther tiny cottage anyway, though the extravagance is no doubt miles away from what awaits the unborn baby in their extortionately huge apartment.

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The sex of the baby is difficult to tell from the décor of the temporary nursery as Kate has kept things very plain: “They have a small nursery prepped, but it's humble”, a close source of the couple's told Us Weekly.

There has been suggestions that the nursery in the apartment is going to be ornate and grand, apparently having been decorated with the help of a top artist: “She is keeping it a surprise, even to family. It's beautifully decorated, and there has been some involvement from an artist”, the source adds.

Kate has been spotted buying maternity wear whilst out shopping, but must have stopped at nothing to ensure paparazzi don't get a sighting of the furniture that's meant for the nurseries.

They're just keeping us guessing!

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