Kate Middleton and Prince William only have a few more months to wait before their royal bundle of joy arrives.
While we know The Duchess is keeping her growing baby bump under wraps in designer clothing, we can't help but wonder what's been planned for the royal baby's nursery.
UK interior designer Kelly Hoppen, who is the rumoured designer for the couple's new residence, recently shared her approach to nursery design.
"Nurseries are a very personal room," Kelly explained. "You have to work incredibly closely with the mother and father to make sure they are happy with it."
Hoppen has previously worked for the Queen Mother, Victoria and David Beckham and is working closely with Kate and Wills designing and decorating their soon-to-be family home.
The designer has also said she's not opposed to including anything from modern art to Mickey Mouse in her design scheme! We wonder what the Royal couple will make of that?
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