While PDA-obsessed future parents Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continue to prep for their big move to Frogmore Cottage, new details have emerged regarding the couple's potential nursery decor. And, to absolutely no one's surprise, the reported color combos sound ultra modern and chic.
Royal expert and biographer Katie Nicholl dished to Entertainment Tonight about one of Meghan and Harry's key construction projects: the royal infant's nursery. "According to sources who are helping with their new home renovations, the nursery itself is going to be very modern," she said. "Don't expect to see any baby pink or baby blue. Apparently, it's going to be a monochrome palette - whites and grays, I'm told, will be the color theme for baby Sussex's nursery." Take heed, fellow soon-to-be parents!
It's also worth noting that the pair has chosen to keep their child's sex a surprise, further validating the neutral setup. "The couple has said that they don't know the sex of their baby," Nicholl reiterated.
The Duchess of Sussex revealed last week that she's currently six months along (set to give birth in April). Nicholl elaborated to Entertainment Tonight about the expectant mother's wellbeing, as well.
"She has told friends that this is the most exciting time, the happiest period in her life," Nicholl explained. "I'm told that she is upbeat and that she is happy."
On top of their newest addition, the royal couple's new humble abode in Windsor is another major point of anticipation. "They are super excited about the spring birth of their baby. They are very much looking forward to moving into their new home in Frogmore Cottage," Nicholl added.
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Kensington Palace previously announced in 2018 that Meghan and Harry plan to set up shop at Frogmore Cottage early this year. The Sun also reported that the royal property features 35 acres, 10 bedrooms, and a yoga studio in the works. Baby Sussex will truly have no shortage of play date spots, that's for sure.