The couple and baby son Prince George have moved into their renovated quarters in Kensington Palace and, though their new residence is humbly referred to as Apartment 1-A, this is not your average abode.
Sources tell E! News that Will and Kate have four floors of living space to call their own, an expanse that takes up half of the palace's Clock Tower wing. The apartment used to belong to William's great-aunt, Princess Margaret, who had it restored in the swinging 1960s.
But now the palace's newest tenants, are bringing the property, designed by Sir Christopher Wren in the early 1600s for King William and Queen Mary, into the 21st century with updates such as WiFi and air conditioning.