Inside Kate Middleton and Prince William’s unusual sleeping arrangements at Kensington Palace

Kate Middleton and Prince William’s Sleeping arrangements were reported and came as a surprise to those who expected the couple to sleep together in the upstairs bedroom.

In keeping with royal protocol, they also don’t give interviews about their home life, but the floor plan of their home revealed exactly where their bedrooms were.

Rather than upstairs, the couple’s master bedroom is unusually located on the ground floor of Kensington Palace’s Apartment 1A, while the upper floor is mostly used by staff.

That’s why Cambridges predominantly live on the ground floor of the luxury estate in the royal palace in London.

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William and Kate reunited with Rami at the No Time To Die premiere last month
William and Kate’s sleep patterns revealed

1A Kensington Palace is not an ordinary apartment, but a four-story mansion with its own elevator, gym and nine staff-only rooms.

The property is reportedly ‘enormous’ from the basement to the attic.

British royal writer Christopher Warwick explained why it was referred to as ‘apartment’ in True Royalty’s Royal Beat: the term for an apartment.

The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton hosted former First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama in the Drawing Room of Apartment 1A Kensington Palace.

“Not them. If you think of Kensington Place in a way, it was built around three courtyards.

“If you think of them as these wonderful red brick terrace houses. Because they are all united but separate houses.”

Meanwhile, royal writer Ingrid Seward said: “It’s enormous… and it’s like a countryside in London.”

Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton works in the living area of ​​Apartment 1A

Apartment 1A is the Cambridges’ London base; however, they also have their Norfolk country house Anmer Hall, where the family quarantined during the lockdown in the UK.

Earlier this year, Kate Middleton He offered another sneak peek behind the closed doors of the family’s Kensington Palace apartment.

in published photos. Nursing Times, NS Duchess of Cambridge He can be seen making Zoom calls in the living area of ​​the royal house.

Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton previously shared photos inside the royal residence

Kate used this space to record a video. Nursing Now Charitable organization he has been the boss of since 2018.

The two photos show more of the decor and the bright and bright living room features a colorful yet traditional patterned rug.

The 39-year-old girl is seen talking on Zoom with her iPad placed on the coffee table in front of the green chair Kate is sitting on.

In the background of the single shot, eagle-eyed fans can see a school photo of Cambridge’s two oldest children in a frame next to pink roses.

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