Prince William and Kate Middleton are on the move again, and once again, they’re behaving like a normal young newlywed couple starting out, moving into a “starter” home of sorts.
The couple last week moved their furniture out of their apartment at Clarence House—which also houses William‘s younger brother Prince Harry—and moved into an apartment at Kensington Palace, where they’ve already spent a couple of nights. But get this: The apartment has only two bedrooms—and one bathroom!
For the time being, though, their primary residence is a home on the Welsh island of Anglesey, where William is training with the Royal Air Force.
Although their new home is in the lavish and ornate Kensington Palace—where William once lived with his late mother, Princess Diana—it’s being described as modest, since other apartments on the grounds, such as the one inhabited by their new neighbors, Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, is a five-bedroom, five-reception-room suite.
But the move to Kensington Palace is temporary, since the apartment is considered too small for long-term use, including raising royal offspring.