Did Kate Middleton And Prince William Choose ‘Haunted Room’ For Prince George’s Nursery?
Kate Middleton, Prince William and Prince George are inching closer and closer to their big move into Kensington Palace, but the newly renovated home might cause a few bumpy nights for the trio after claims the royal abode could be haunted with up to three ghosts.
According to biographer Andrew Morton, there have been multiple sightings of ghosts at Apartment 1A, in particular the room chosen for Prince George’s nursery, which he has described as a “notorious spot” for sightings.
He revealed to The Mirror newspaper: “Prince George’s nursery is in Apartment 1A of Kensington Palace, which has been a notorious spot for ghost sightings.”
Apparently late royals Princess Sophia, George II and Caroline of Brunswick have all been seen at the palace.
Morton added: “Princess Margaret’s housekeeper told her she saw a woman in Regency dress suddenly appear in front of her then vanish through a wall.”
Despite the claims, it was reported earlier this week that Kate, who studied Art History at the University of St Andrews, has worked her magic on the palace transforming it into a “beautiful” home with a “townhouse” feel.
A source told E! Online: “It doesn’t feel like a palace, more just a lovely townhouse, but there will be plenty of room for Prince George to run around. The rooms are vast and the garden is wonderful for a little boy,” continued the insider.
The married couple are not expected to spend their first Christmas at the Palace, however, and instead will travel up to the Queen’s Norfolk Estate with Kate’s parents Michael and Carole for the festive season.
“This year’s celebrations are set to be extra special after Prince George’s arrival,” a royal source told The Sun.
“What better way to mark such a magical year than by having the whole family present?,” they continued, adding: “Kate is very close to her family. Any child’s first Christmas is one no grandparent would want to miss.”