William And Kate Getting New Country Manor On The Queen's Estate
Not only are they preparing for the arrival of their bundle of joy by refurbishing their home in London's Kensington Palace, they are now reportedly getting their country digs ready too.
The local council has approved renovation plans for Anmer Hall, which is one of the 150 properties on Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham estate in Norfolk—about 100 miles away from the capital.
The parents-to-be are going to be adding a garden room to the Georgian Mansion so they can enjoy the outside scenery regardless of the temperamental British weather. And the 10-bedroom house is also going to have lots more trees and shrubs planted around it to give the couple more privacy—especially after the intrusion of the topless pictures taken of Kate last year.
And as a side note, Anmer Hall is also where Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles would sometimes meet up back in the Nineties during their affair when it was rented by a close friend of the Prince.
Meanwhile, William has some other big decisions to make—this time career choices. Before the baby arrives, the future King of England needs to make his mind up wither he wants to continue on the Royal Air Force Search and Rescue team, go to another part of the armed forces or become a "full time" royal where he will take on hundreds of engagements each year for the Royal family.
Whatever he decides, one thing's for sure, we can't wait to see first pictures of Kate and William's baby!
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