Don't get too comfortable in Bucklebury, Prince George!
While Prince William and Kate Middleton's little one is currently spending time with his parents at the Berkshire home of the Duchess of Cambridge's mother and father, he and his folks are expected to move into Anmer Hall in the coming months.
The 10-bedroom country home is located on Queen Elizabeth II's Sandringham Estate in Norfolk and will be the trio's residence until renovations are completed on what will eventually be their primary digs at Kensington Palace.
Earlier this year, a request to makes changes to Anmer Hall was approved.
Improvements include a wood store being converted into a sitting room and lavatory, while two berths of a four-block garage will be turned into an "equipment room," possibly for police protection officers.
Other modifications include a garden room built on the side of the kitchen that will feature a covered patio to give the family more privacy. Additional trees and shrubs will also be planted to keep the house and its royal occupants from public view as well as the rerouting of the mansion's main driveway.
Meanwhile,the Daily Mail reports that a company director living in the main house is due to vacate the property in order to make way for William, Kate and George.
The property has been part of the royal estate since 1898 and was home to the Duke and Duchess of Kent between 1972 and 1990.