10 little-known facts about Kensington Palace, Prince William and Kate Middleton's rumored new permanent home

Lynsey Eidell


Prince William and Kate Middleton might be on the move in 2017: The royal family of four is reportedly moving back to Kensington Palace in the new year, according to the Daily Mail. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge completed a large-scale renovation of its 20-room Apartment 1A back in 2012, but ever since Princess Charlotte's birth in 2015, they've resided at Amner Hall on Queen Elizabeth II's estate in Norfolk. Their return to the royal digs is reportedly so that Prince George can attend the Wetherby School, the all-boys institution where his father and Prince Harry went.

But the fact that Prince William and Kate Middleton may soon call Kensington Palace home isn't the only interesting tidbit about the residence! Here are 10 more:

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