Classic and elegant
on 06/27/2013 | 10:01
Classic, elegant, simple – this is how we know and love Kate Middleton’s style. It seems that the first baby of the beautiful duchess will grow up in that environment.
Kate Middleton and Prince William will likely have less than four weeks to prepare for their first baby. But it is not only future parents who need to be prepared for the fact that they will soon no longer be alone, including a Room in Kensington Palace, in which the actual scion will grow, must be prepared. There will be countless servants for this, but Kate Middleton would probably prefer to take on this part herself.
“Good Morning America” reports that beautiful Duchess Kate Middleton has visited many elegant baby boutiques in recent days to give the little one a baby. as beautiful as possible close. You can see one thing: Kate Middleton, 31, is staying true to her style. The things you chose for your offspring should be classic, simple and elegant Yours: Timeless, neutral tones, including the brown herringbone pattern, were chosen by Kate Middleton to furnish the nursery.Kate Middleton doesn’t hit money on the headKate Middleton has often been accused of being too generous to the royal household lately, after all, especially with British taxpayer money, and simply hitting money on the head, but when it comes to baby items, she lends attention to money. As “Eonline” reports, Kate Middleton has so far bought a baby sweet basket from the Moses brand, which costs around 300 euros. With the stroller, however, it could be a bit more luxurious.: Like Sienna Miller, Kate Hudson and many other celebrities, Prince William’s wife trusts the Bugaboo Cameleon. The special model exclusive to the Royals is dark blue with black and white stripes. A unisex model that does not reveal the gender of Kate Middleton and Prince William’s son and is as fashionable as it is practical.
It gets more and more exciting! Kate Middleton and Prince William’s baby could arrive any day. Until then, we’ll settle for waiting and drinking tea with speculation about what the children’s room might look like. Image Source: Chris Jackson / Getty Images