While a gender reveal party is out of the question for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal baby (due in Spring 2019, BTW), the royal baby may get to follow another kind of tradition: Growing up in the same home that his or her father did, AKA Nottingham Cottage in Kensington Palace.
According to U.K.'s Woman & Home magazine, Princess Diana raised both of her sons there. Of course, being a small, two-bedroom home (perfect for a new couple and a nursery), they likely won't stay there for long if they do decide to raise the future Earl of Dumbarton or Lady Mountbatten-Windsor there. But, Nott Cott is the perfect, quaint home to at least begin a family.
Since it was previously suspected that the couple would live in one of the two homes Queen Elizabeth gave them post-royal wedding—Adelaide and York Cottages, to be specific—they'll have no shortage of residences to choose from, but I'm definitely partial to Nott Cott. If not because of his mother's history there, at least because it's reportedly where Harry proposed to Meghan over a roast chicken dinner.
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