Apparently, Kate Middleton’s parents are going to move in with Prince William and Kate Middleton and their newborn baby boy Prince George, so that Grandma Carole Middleton can help Kate with her babysitting duties.
Carole, 58, and Michael Middleton, 64, will stay in a two-bedroom annex, that is positioned aside Prince William and Kate’s 21-room Kensington Palace. Prince William and Kate has set aside £1 million for their accommodation, which is a flat that was previously occupied by late Princess Margaret, who passed away in 2002.
The Middletons’ have their own apartment in London worth £1.2 million, which is mere two miles away from the Kensington Palace. They also have a £4.5 million mansion in Bucklebury, Berkshire.
Kate and Prince George are expected to move out from Bucklebury to their new residence after renovations have been completed, which is in its final stages.
Meanwhile, last week the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge sent out thank you cards to everyone who wrote them letters congratulating them after the birth of Prince George on July 22.
In the letters to the well-wishers, which also has a return address, the royal couple said how grateful they were to all the people, who took the trouble to write to them. The cards also included a picture of the royals with their newborn son outside the St. Mary’s Hospital on its front.