Kate Middleton doesn't have long to go before she gives birth to her first child, but it looks as though she won't be making the move to live with her mum, contrary to the reports that she would once she had become a mum herself.
Claiming that there are "no formal plans" for the Duchess Of Cambridge to move in with her mum Carol, she'll be spending time with her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, a source claimed to E! News:
"There are no formal plans for her to move in with her mum in Bucklebury. But after Will's paternity leave -currently expected to be two weeks - Kate will spend most of her time between London and Bucklebury."
Big fan: The Duchess apparently can't get enough of The Voice UK (WENN)
Whilst the plans for Kate after the birth have yet to be sorted, it has been suggested that the hospital where the beautiful Royal will give birth will be announced in "due course".
Meanwhile, it has been claimed that Kate and Wills are fans of the BBC talent show, The Voice after Bo Bruce - who was a finalist on last year's show and went to school with Kate and her sister Pippa, told the Daily Star:
"Jessie J met Kate and she said she loved watching the show. She said she knew me and stuff, which is amazing. I wonder if the Queen watches?”
The star, who found herself in the middle of speculation that she was romantically involved with coach Danny O'Donoghue, recalled how Kate and Pippa were perceived at school.
She added: "They were both just lovely, sweet, good fun girls. They were adored by everyone."
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