Prince Harry Moved In With Brother Prince William

Blogged By: De De Tillman

Source: New York Post

Photo Credit: Google – People

Posted: Wednesday March 28, 2012 @ 9:07 p.m PST

PRINCE WILLIAM AND PRINCE HARRY PHOTO CREDIT PEOPLE.COM

According to New York Post,   A St. James’ Palace spokesman has confirmed that Prince Harry has moved in with brother Prince William and sister-in-law Kate Middleton, in  Kensington Palace.

Prince Harry has been really looking forward to getting his own place after living with his father for so long. Understandably he wants to spread his wings,” a source tells the Daily Mail of the red-headed Prince, who recently embarked on a tour of South America. Prince Harry adores his brother and says Catherine is the sister he never had.”
While the Duke and Duchess occupy the lavish Nottingham Cottage at the palace, Prince Harry has taken the much less luxe apartment.

The paper reports that Prince Harry made the “secret” move into his one-bedroom apartment last week. At the end of the year, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will move into Princess Margaret’s old apartment at the palace, at which point Prince Harry will take their Nottingham Cottage.

According to the Daily Mail’s source, Prince Harry made the decision to move out of his old room at Clarence House, where he lived with father Prince Charles, while abroad.

Prince Harry and Prince William were so enthusiastic about the idea of living together that when it emerged that this apartment was free, Harry moved his gear in as soon as he could after returning from Brazil,” the source says. “It’s a small, one-bedroomed apartment and he’s is very happy with the arrangement.”

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