Just a couple of months after moving in to their $76.68M "starter home," Clarence House, the royal newlyweds—Duke William and Duchess Catherine of Cambridge—are moving on to even more impressive digs. Will and Kate announced they will be moving to Will's childhood home at Kensington Palace (above). That's not to say that they'll have the place to themselves, as many other royals also reside in the brick bastion on Hyde Park. Instead, they'll be enjoying a two-bedroom flat that was once home to William's beloved mother, Princess Diana. A little creepy perhaps, but an unnamed designer has been at work renovating the flat. Plus, the newly espoused couple have reportedly been taking interviews for household staff. Unfortunately for overzealous fans, those new hires will be picked from existing royal staff at Buckingham Palace.
· Prince William and Kate's "Starter Home" Valued at Over $76M [Curbed National]
· Prince William, Kate Moving to Kensington Palace [US Weekly]
· Kate Middleton and Prince William advertise for Kensington Palace servants [Mirror]