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How the modern princess lives: the renewed interior of Kensington Palace

The Duchess of Cambridge turns 33 on January 9of the year. We will open for you the veil of secrecy that shrouds the personal life of the most influential English family and show how Kensington Palace, where the royal nobility lives, looks from the inside on January 9, the Duchess of Cambridge turns 33 years old. Her life story is like a fairy tale. The lack of royal blood did not prevent her from marrying a real prince, giving birth to an heir to the English throne and becoming the darling of the nation. And after the royal family officially announced that Katherine (Kate Middleton) was pregnant again, her life seemed to be perfect. But the role of a modern princess is not as easy and pleasant as it might seem at first glance. Catherine and Prince William recently announced that they are leaving the Kensington Residence where they have lived for the past two years to move to a more modest estate in Norfolk. This despite a $ 19 million renovation that was made to the palace to prepare it to welcome the prince and princess. Despite the fact that the pair had at their disposalThe whole wing of the palace, in which there are 22 luxurious rooms, Kensington never became home to Catherine and William. It is difficult to create comfort in huge rooms with multi-meter ceilings, decorated with Victorian murals. And the endless staircase with hundreds of steps is not very attractive for a family with a small child. The renovation of Kensington Palace was trulyScale. It was made taking into account all the wishes of the prince and the princess. So in the classic English interior there was an amazing luminous art installation, created from three kilometers of electroluminescent wire, and also an exhibition room devoted to William Diane's mother, many children's playrooms. However, all these bonuses were not able to keep the pair in Kensington. Taught by bitter experience, Catherine decided personallyTo do the design of his new estate in Norfolk. Perhaps, she will borrow a few ideas from the famous designer Ralph Lauren (Ralph Lauren). He created a special collection of home decor called "Apartment No. 1", which reflects the master's view of how the royal interior should look. However, this is only an assumption so far. Dailymail.co.uk stellarinteriordesign.com

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