10/09/2013 03:28 pm ET Updated Oct 10, 2013

Prince William & Kate Middleton's Kensington Palace Home Reportedly Has A Panic Room, Two Nurseries And More

Could it really be? Kate Middleton and Prince William have finally moved into their Kensington Palace apartment? Well, color us surprised because it looks like it's true.

The Daily Express says the couple and their precious baby Prince George settled into the historic house last week. According to Curbed, after months of renovations, Us Weekly has the inside scoop about the home's layout and decor details. Some of the more interesting ones include the fact that there are two nurseries and three kitchens. Wow.

The post also states that the abode is pretty neutral in color, with faux fur throws, Bernard Thorp fabrics and mesh curtains (to protect them from shattered glass). There's apparently also a panic room and video cameras in every space, which obviously makes sense because, well, they're the royal couple. The Business Insider says the costs were under $2.3 million -- good job, guys.

Head over to Curbed, the Daily Express and the Business Insider for more information.

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