Prince William and Catherine Middleton are slated to move into a Clarence House suite when they come back to London after their honeymoon, meaning the newlyweds will share their first residence as married folk with Prince Harry.
We wonder who will shell out for the mini fridge and who will bring the perfunctory Phish poster.
The Telegraph writes that the set-up shouldn't be an insufferable inconvenience. A source told the British newspaper: "Harry is away with the Army Air Corps most of the week, so it shouldn't be too much of a problem co-ordinating their diaries. The rooms aren't particularly fancy but Catherine is used to them. She gets on brilliantly with Harry so it shouldn't be too much of a hardship."
And Wills and Kate won't overstay their welcome. According to the Daily Mail, the couple will only be in Harry's hair briefly until they decide upon a permanent residence: "Buckingham Palace, St James's Palace and Kensington Palace are all being considered as their London base, and they will continue to spend much of their time in North Wales, where William is based with the RAF."
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