Prince William and Prince Harry grew up at Kensington Palace with their late mother Princess Diana and father Prince Charles, and their nursery was a thing of dreams. The boys were lucky enough to have the entire top floor of the family home, complete with a bedroom each and a separate playroom.
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Luxury children's design company Dragons and Walton Street put the space together after meticulous planning with Princess Diana, and the results were every bit as beautiful as you'd expect. Diana opted for a red, white and green colour scheme, with a strawberry print carpet, and green trims including cupboard handles and stripes on the walls.
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Prince William and Harry had a rocking chair each
As for furniture, Prince William and Harry had a rocking chair each. William's had a white body with a red base, and Harry's a black body decorated with red and green flowers. A red armchair was positioned in the corner of the room, with a coordinating cream and green floral cushion, and it looks as though there was a red chalkboard for the boys to play with in the other corner.
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Princess Diana was pictured with Prince William in the playroom
Princess Diana was also pictured in the space as she played with William, giving another look at the room. There is a larger cream patterned sofa, a wooden children's table with a white wooden chair and a rattan stool, and an adult-size wooden table with matching chairs against the wall. Diana had decorated the walls with a painting done by the boys, and two plates which look as though they had also been decorated by William and Harry.
The door seen behind Diana and Harry gave a peek into one of the boys' bedrooms, featuring blue and white patterned wallpaper.
Prince William was photographed helping Harry take his first steps
The family occupied Apartments 8 and 9 inside of Kensington Palace after Princess Diana married Prince Charles aged 20. The rest of their home was curated by renowned interior designer Dudley Poplak.
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