Ever wonder what it’s like to live like a Prince and Princess?
Who are we kidding, of course, you have. Most modern-day royal families still live better than 99.9% of the rest of us.
I mean, Queen Elizabeth the II spends her days at six different properties!
Then there are the other members of her family like the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, perhaps better known as Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Since Kate Middleton and Prince William are still firmly a part of the British royal family, unlike counterparts Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the strict protocol regarding their privacy is still firmly in place — which means we rarely get a look an up-close look at their Kensington Palace apartment.
That’s right, the Cambridges call an “apartment” home, but royal experts have made it clear it isn’t quite the pint-sized city living you’re imagining.
In a new segment of True Royalty’s The Royal Beat, royal experts and reporters Christopher Warwick, Ingrid Seward, Richard Kay, and Roya Nikkhah, showed off an inside look at Kensington Palace’s sprawling 20 rooms — and, explained the sweet connection to late mom Princess Diana that made William so adamant on living there.
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