Prince William and Kate Middleton's son is apparently going to be sharing a room with three ghosts. Prince George's new nursery in the Kensington Palace is allegedly haunted, the Mirror reported yesterday.
Prince George's nursery is located in newly renovated Apartment 1A of the Kensington Palace and according to royal biographer Andrew Morton, there have been many ghost sightings in the room over the years.
Morton claims that the room is notorious for ghost sightings. Deceased royals George II, Caroline of Brunswick, and Princess Sophia's ghosts have all been witnessed in the room, he claimed.
"Princess Margaret's housekeeper told her she saw a woman in Regency dress suddenly appear in front of her then vanish through a wall. So let's hope little Prince George can sleep peacefully in his cot at night," Morton said.
Middleton chose to decorate the palace to have a townhouse feel. The royal family is expected to move into the newly renovated palace very soon.
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