Kate Middleton has decided not to go all out for the royal baby’s nursery.
Instead, she has a humble area set up to welcome her newborn, due in July. She is also keeping details regarding the nursery private.
"They have a small nursery prepped, but it's humble," according to a source. “Kate felt it wasn’t worth the money to go all out. Shes keeping it a surprise, even to family. It’s beautifully decorated and there has been some involvement from an artist."
The duchess won't be using the nursery in the days following the birth, according to Us Weekly. The insider said for the first few weeks following the baby's birth, Middleton wants the child to sleep in the room she shared with Prince William.
The royal couple is living in Kensington Palace, in a two-bedroom cottage. Their 20-room apartment is currently being renovated, according to The Huffington Post. They are also remodeling Amner Hall on Queen Elizabeth’s county estate at Sandringham.
The U.K.'s Marie Claire reported that the duchess has been shopping at small stores in preparation for the baby, stating she "often visits the tiny antiques stores, as she sources furnishings for her royal nursery."
Middleton has recently bought a Moses basket and a Bugaboo stroller in preparation for the birth.