After waving to photographers and reporters outside St. Mary‘s Lindo Wing, Kate Middleton and Prince William piled into their navy blue Range Rover and whisked their new son back to Kensington Palace. There, his nursery awaited him—but what exactly does a room look like for a little Prince?
For Prince William, it was a room full of antiques and one-of-a-kind pieces. In 1982, 11 days after he was born, the Associated Press wrote this detailed description about his nursery at Highgrove: “Princess Diana chose a traditional and nostalgic decor for the baby‘s nursery—hand-painted furniture, a mural painted around the bedroom, and a highchair made from the wood of an oak tree felled on the Marquis of Bath‘s Longleat Estate.”
Three decades later, things have become much more mainstream for the royals. In a documentary, William revealed that the nursery of his first son, Prince George, was safari-themed.“I’ll have toy elephants and rhinos around the room,” he said. “We’ll cover it in, you know, lots of bushes and things like that.” This past year, he and Kate admitted that they have Ikea furniture in their children's rooms.
And while George’s was jungle heavy and Princess Charlotte’s had lots of pink, the newest royal baby will have a Peter Rabbit-themed room, according to the >Daily Mail. Whether or not that's a rumor remains to be seen, but above, some nursery decor suggestions both Beatrix Potter, and any royal, would be proud of.
Source : https://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/family/9-nursery-decor-ideas-perfect-for-any-little-prince/ar-AAwiscs