Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Baby Boy is Here, and This is What His Nursery Could Look Like
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry just announced the arrival of their baby boy on Instagram today. His name has yet to be released, but the couple shared that he weighs 7lbs. 3oz.
We are pleased to announce that Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed their firstborn child in the early morning on May 6th, 2019. Their Royal Highnesses’ son weighs 7lbs. 3oz. The Duchess and baby are both healthy and well, and the couple thank members of the public for their shared excitement and support during this very special time in their lives. More details will be shared in the forthcoming days.
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Considering the royal baby's arrival, we can't help but wonder what his nursery looks like. According to recent reports, Meghan and Prince Harry have spent more than $200,000 on the new nursery at Frogmore Cottage-which Markle paid for out of her own pocket.
When it comes to the room's aesthetic, royal correspondent Katie Nicholl, notes that "according to sources who are helping with [their new home] renovations, the nursery itself is going to be very modern. Apparently, it's going to be a monochrome palette-whites and grays, I'm told, will be the color theme for baby Sussex's nursery."
To bring these predictions to life, the team at Havenly, a popular online interior design company, has created a 3D rendering of what the new royal baby nursery may look like.
"Meghan is obsessed with neutrals, so the rendered space fits in perfectly with her monochromatic, California-influenced style," says Havenly designer Tracie Battle. "While Meghan is a fan of the romantic bohemian look, she also dresses with a bit of an edge."
According to Battle, Markle's Toronto home was very light, bright, and effortless, a look which was accented with more formal details and glamour. Havenly designers predict that the nursery will be similar to her Toronto residence: regal and royal, but not stuffy-a contemporary take on a classic British style.
The rendering includes nods to the traditional character of Frogmore Cottage with the crystal chandelier and sconces, but the overarching modern aesthetic of the nursery reflects the Sussex's new-age take on the monarchy.
The nursery's neutral palette would not be complete without a little bit of glamour, as seen in the gold accents of the curtain rods, mirror, and light fixtures. "Gold accents felt right for a Duchess who loves delicate gold jewelry, while lots of soft layers and texture are right in line with her favorite winter white outfits," Battle says.
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