The London home that the Duchess of Cambridge shared with her sister Pippa Middleton has sold for £70,000 less than its £1.95million asking price. Kate lived in the three-storey flat before she married Prince William in April 2011, and it was owned by her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton.
The Duchess' parents bought the luxurious residence for £780,000 in 2002, and have made a significant profit on their sale – which has now sold for £1.88million. The flat is said to have a large living room and stylish marble kitchen, with three bedrooms – including a master suite with beautiful views over Chelsea.
Kate and Pippa Middleton's former London home has sold (Photo: Knight Frank)
Kate and Pippa lived in the flat while they were both pursuing careers in London after university. The Duchess previously worked as a part-time accessories buyer for Jigsaw Junior until she became engaged to Prince William in November 2010, and moved in with her husband after their royal wedding five months later.
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The royal couple spent the beginning of their marriage living together in Anglesey, where he served as an RAF Valley search and rescue pilot, before moving to their ten-bedroom country retreat Anmer Hall on the Sandringham Estate, which was a wedding gift from the Queen.
The siblings lived together before Kate married Prince William
The Duke and Duchess are now happily settled at their newly-renovated London home, Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace, with their three children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. The Cambridges made the decision to make a permanent move back to the capital in 2017, so Prince George could start school there and Prince William could take on more royal duties.
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Meanwhile, Kate’s sister Pippa now lives just down the road from their former Chelsea home. The 35-year-old lives in a £17million mansion with her husband James Matthews and their son Arthur.
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