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Inside Kate Middleton’s Baby Nursery: Everything We Know About the Pregnant Royal’s Palace Digs

Published on July 14, 2013 by   ·   No Comments Middleton and Prince William‘s baby is expected to arrive any day now. While we excitedly await the little one’s birth, we’re absolutely certain that the royal nursery is precisely fit for the future king or queen.

That’s right, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have prepared an incredibly inviting and safe sanctuary to welcome the royal baby, sparing no expense to ensure it’s absolutely perfect in every way.

Here’s everything we know about the posh royal nursery:

It’s Stylish: Kate took careful consideration into decorating the sweet baby’s beautiful room, shopping at high-end London boutiques like Blue Almonds and Peter Jones department store before making her final selections. She was photographed carrying a white wicker Moses basket, retailing at $450, back in April while shopping with her mother Carole Middleton.

As for the royal baby stroller, we know that Kate has selected Bugaboo’s special-editionCameleon3 design in jewel blue with bold black-and-white stripes. A hit among the Hollywood set, Bugaboo is definitely a popular and trendy brand in the baby world.

And while Kate has surely created a chic little abode for her baby, we’re betting it has a classy touch reminiscent of her own personal taste that has won her throngs of loyal fashion fans around the world.

Royal expert Victoria Murphy told ABC News, “Kate’s decorating style is actually very similar to her dressing style. She likes very simple, very classic, very elegant things.”

It’s also likely that Middleton may have enlisted the help of interior designer Kelly Hoppen to supervise the styling and creative direction of the magnificent royal nursery.

Hoppen not only has exquisite taste, but she has also famously worked for Queen Elizabeth II, as well asVictoria and David Beckham, just to name a few!

“Nurseries are a very personal room,” she told us. “You have to work incredibly closely with the mother and father to make sure they are happy with it. My design is all about layering textures and feelings. There are some great things you can do…it’s quite fun. I’m enjoying it actually!”

It’s Neutral: Middleton has made an effort to design a gender-neutral nursery, selecting items in herringbone brown and soft sage instead of the predictable pink or blue. The Duchess of Cambridge was spotted shopping at high-end interiors shop Bernard Thorp & Co., eyeing blue patterns and fabrics, but has seemingly settled on inviting earth-tones instead. The retailer also has locations in Paris and New York. @Infocelebrity on Twitter!

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