The drawing room is, according to Hello!, “a stone’s throw” from the couple’s private quarters in Apartment 1A.
Although we only get a few quick views in the video above, you’ll notice that their drawing room is tastefully done up with gold accents and ornately framed portraits. The ceilings are high and there’s a ton of natural light. And, while the walls are a demure white, they’re batten to add more texture and intrigue. The glimpse makes it that much easier to imagine living in Kensington Palace, doesn’t it?
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BRB. We’re off to imagine ourselves in the Kensington Palace drawing room sipping cocktails with Wills and Kate.