At Blue Almonds they offer a new concept for children's furniture, fabrics, wallpapers, rugs, toys, gifts and much more where parents can create a dream nursery for their little ones. They believe in making sure that all their customers receive products that are high quality, with every piece of furniture made from solid wood. Each piece can be painted individually with over 2,000 shades to choose from to ensure that every piece is bespoke.
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A look at some of the adorable furniture at Blue Almonds.
And blue furniture. I predict Baby Cambridge will have one very stylish nursery :)
An onlooker said Carole and Kate looked " very happy and enthusiastic". Delighted boutique owner Izabela Minkiewicz said:
'We had the honour of the Duchess of Cambridge visiting our shop on Walton Street.'
The Duchess also spent a considerable amount of times in Peter Jones browsing for a buggy and a car seat.
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Kate has a talent for looking casual yet chic when out shopping and this look was no exception. The Duchess wore her hair up and elected to wear a navy top with a white peter pan collar and blue jeans.
Kate carried her Tod's 'D-Styling' bag. The bag is actually named after the late Princess Diana and available in an array of colours at Nordstrom.
It's an incredibly exciting time for Kate and in just three months she will be giving birth to her first child. an unforgettable event for anyone. No doubt Carole is looking forward to meeting her first grandchild and enjoying the preparations with her daughter.
Today Kate was spotted walking Lupo in the Italian Gardens accompanied by a royal protection officer. Kate is regularly seen walking her dog around Kensington and wore her Barbour jacket and jeans with her hair swept back in a pony tail.
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The Daily Mail is reporting Kate plans to move in with her parents after Baby Cambridge is born. In a break with tradition the Duchess reportedly does not plan to hire a maternity house instead, she will live with her parents for at least six weeks. Michael and Carole Middleton recently bought a Georgian manor house in Berkshire with plenty of room for their first grandchild.
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'Kate says 'she just feels safest and most secure' with her family and believes that no one could be better place to teach her about bringing up a baby than her mother, who has three children of her own.
She will particularly need her advice and moral support when Prince William returns to work as a helicopter pilot after taking his paternity leave.
Sources have confirmed that William and Kate's plans to move into a new apartment at Kensington Palace in time for the birth have hit a stumbling block following the discovery of asbestos.
St James's Palace responded to the story saying it's too early to say what will happen.
***********That's all for now, See you all Sunday :)