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Kate Middleton has this budget furniture in Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s rooms

Kate Middleton has this budget furniture in Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s rooms

Duchess Catherine, Prince George
Kate Middleton has this budget furniture in Prince George and Princess Charlotte's rooms KATE MIDDLETON and Prince William have revealed that they use Ikea furniture in Prince George and Princess Charlotte’s rooms. Kate Middleton, 36, and Prince William, 35, live in a lavish apartment in Kensington Palace. The couple moved into Apartment 1A Kensington Palace in 2017 with their children Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two. Previously the royal home - where Prince Charles and Princess Diana once lived, underwent a £12m refurbishment in 2011. Kate and William are very private about their home but did issue pictures of them entertaining the Obama’s in the residence in 2016. However, while the couple’s living quarters can be expected to be rather lush, they have revea
Pictures of the young prince in tears flooded the internet, with many mums defending the tot after having to spend over an hour in the church for his aunt’s nuptials

Pictures of the young prince in tears flooded the internet, with many mums defending the tot after having to spend over an hour in the church for his aunt’s nuptials

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Is This the reason Prince George cried? Watch the moment the royal tot tramples on Pippa Middleton’s designer wedding dress before being told off by Kate Middleton Prince George caused quite the fuss at Pippa Middleton’s wedding after he was spotted crying his eyes out during the big day. Pictures of the young prince in tears flooded the internet, with many mums defending the tot after having to spend over an hour in the church for his aunt’s nuptials. But it looks as though the three-year-old might have been crying because he received a stern telling off from his mum after trampling on Pippa’s designer dress. In a newly released video, Princess Charlotte and her big brother can be seen skipping over the £40,000 dress, designed by Giles Deacon, before being pulled off by the duch