Where Will Prince William and Kate Middleton Call Home?

Future King Wants to Live in Childhood Home, Future Queen Has Other Plans

Call off the realtors! Once Prince William and Kate Middleton become husband and wife, it looks like they want to call Kensington Palace home. Although Queen Elizabeth has offered Buckingham Palace to the couple, it's been reported that Prince William prefers to live at the same palace where he grew up.

And within Kensington, it's speculated Kate Middleton has a favorite among her options for a new home. She has looked at Princess Diana's apartment, the residence her fiancée called home after Diana and Charles split, but Kate is apparently all about Princess Margaret's former apartment, No. 1A in Kensington Palace, according to the Daily Mail.

A source told the Daily Mail, "Kate loves the fact the palace is close to all her favorite shops but is still private."

But renovations are underway at Kensington Palace including the restoration of Princess Margaret's apartment, which is supposed to be open to the public upon it is completion. Could this hinder Kate's plans to have the home she is most keen on?

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