Inside the Royal Baby’s $7.3 Million Home

Matt Dekneef

Kate Middleton’s been relaxing in luxury. As she should, right? After all, she is ROYALTY.

After welcoming the royal baby, George Alexander Louis, about six weeks ago, the child’s first six months will be spent in the remote village of Bucklebury, at an estate worth $7.3 million.

Life & Style has the photos for you to gawk at—a seven-bedroom mansion, formally called Bucklebury Manor, purchased by Kate’s parents in 2011. It has since been upgraded for the little bundle of royal joy.

The estate sits on a sprawling 18 acres, includes a swimming pool and tennis court. But the best part is that it’s in a town with a population of about 2,000 citizens, which is liberating for Kate, Prince William, and their newborn son.

“Whenever she’s in town, she goes around, does her shopping and gets on with it,” a resident of the area told Life & Style. “A friendly, normal girl with no airs about her!”

Well, except that one heir

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