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Kate Middleton will surely have every comfort at her disposal when she gives birth to her and Prince William's first child this summer.
But perhaps the Duchess of Cambridge thinks that there's nothing quite like the comforts of home.
London's Daily Mail is reporting that Kate's been telling friends that she plans on forgoing a private nurse in favor of moving in with her parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, in Berkshire, England, for at least six weeks after the baby is born.
But with Queen Elizabeth II's first great-grandchild not due until July, a palace source tells E! News of the Mail report: "It's an unconfirmed article. It's too early to say what the couple's plans are after the baby is born."
Will has been able to live at home with his wife in Wales while on active duty with the Royal Air Force as a search-and-rescue helicopter pilot.
He and Kate have been planning a move to quarters in London's Kensington Palace, but the prince is signed up for service until the middle of this year.