She might not be pregnant yet but Kate Middleton is already getting ready for when her and Prince William’s first child arrives and is remodelling their apartments in London at Kensington Palace to accommodate their family.
If Prince William, who turned 30 earlier this week doesn’t undertake another tour with the RAF the couple will move from their home on Angelsey and will be based in London full-time so it needs to be big enough for any children that arrive.
"She's [Kate] keen to work with interior designer Kelly Hoppen," a source told US Weekly, "but she wants to do a lot herself."
"They'll want the extra space and security" they added.
It is unknown what Prince William, who is currently an RAF Search and Rescue pilot will decide about his career as he has made it clear it depends if they are expecting.
"This is why William has chosen not to share his future RAF work plans until next summer," the source went on.
"If they're expecting, it will be full-time London for them."
In an interview in the run up to the Diamond Jubilee for US TV the Duke of Cambridge, who married Kate last year said children were his priority: "I'm still trying to decide. It's a really difficult one because I really enjoy my time in the Air Force and I'd love to continue it."
"But the pressures of my other life are building. And fighting them off, or balancing the two of them, has proven quite difficult."
"More importantly, I'd rather like to have children. So that's the key thing really."
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