Kate Middleton is reported to have chosen a Beatrix Potter themed nursery for her newborn son Prince George.
According to reports the Duchess of Cambridge has decided against a more traditional nursery at the family's Kensington Palace residence, in favour of a wonderland stuffed with Potter's most famous characters including Peter Rabbit.
It has been suggested that Kate has been looking at items from posh Knightsbridge design studio Dragons, which includes a Beatrix Potter collection. The range features a number of handmade items, including the Cambridge Toybox and a Grand Daughter Clock, which are handpainted with Beatrix Potter characters and the child's name.
Kate Middleton is said to have decided on a Beatrix Potter theme for Prince George's London nursery (WENN)
Dragons created George's dad's nursery as well as designs for William's brother Harry and their cousins Beatrice and Eugenie.
A source has told The Sun that Kate had some help in getting her design vision across to royal officials, from the Duchess of Cornwall:
"Camilla has experience in dealing with the 'old grey men'. She put her foot down, saying it should be Kate's choice," the insider claims.
The pair are said to have become very close since Kate became pregnant with the insider adding that the new mum loves how Camilla treats George like any grandchild who "wees, vomits and does everything babies do".
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