Kensington Palace announced the royal baby’s name, Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, this morning. She was born Saturday at St. Mary’s Hospital in central London. Since she is fourth in line to the throne, she must have a nursery fit for a Queen.
Months before Prince George arrived, Kate and William renovated the apartment they occupy within Kensington Palace as the conditions need to be hospitable for the first member of their growing family. Now that baby number 2 has arrived everyone is talking about what the newest member of the Monarchy’s nursery will look like.
Here are some ideas for a nursery fit for a Queen,
Designer Christopher Prain’s illustration of what the royal nursery could look like, created for the Redbook Agency. A model of the Duke of Cambridge’s helicopter can be seen on the left. Photo: The Neighbourhood for the Modern Royal Nursery and Traditional Royal Nursery
Guy Goodfellow royal nursery design for the Redbook Agency.
Nursery by Dragons of Walton Street.
Perfect for parents who don’t want to find out the sex of their baby until it is born, and like a modern look. A modern, minimalist nursery also works well in smaller rooms.
Nursery by Emily Hewett & Associates
This neutral feminine nursery seems like it would appeal to Kate’s classic style. The coffered ceiling and chandelier adds height, while the light blush tones add femininity to the neutral grey throughout the room.
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Which nursery do you think would be the best fit for Her Royal Highness?