In this Tuesday, April 30, 2013 photo, Lucinda Croft, the managing director of Dragons, a small British family business that was also tapped to design nurseries for British royals, poses for the photographer as she pushes a pram while she showcases a hotel nursery suite at a central London hotel. Britain's Prince William and Kate, formally known as the Duchess of Cambridge, plan to move into apartments at London’s Kensington Palace soon after the baby is born in July. Few will ever get a glimpse inside the room where the future British monarch will grow up, but the designers hired by late Princess Diana to create her sons' William and Harry’s nursery at the palace can offer some expert hints.
In this Tuesday, April 30, 2013 photo, Lucinda Croft, the managing director of Dragons, a small British family business that was also tapped to design nurseries for British royals, poses for the photographer as she pushes a pram while she showcases a hotel nursery suite at a central London hotel. Britain's Prince William and Kate, formally known as the Duchess of Cambridge, plan to move into apartments at London’s Kensington Palace soon after the baby is born in July. Few will ever get a glimpse inside the room where the future British monarch will grow up, but the designers hired by late Princess Diana to create her sons' William and Harry’s nursery at the palace can offer some expert hints.
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published Tuesday, May 14th, 2013
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