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Catherine Middleton looks set to get two princes for the price of one this month with news emerging she will start married life living at her brother-in-law's.
Prospects of the royal newlyweds enjoying domestic intimacy came undone on Thursday when it was confirmed the couple, when in London, will live in a suite at Clarence House which Prince William currently shares with his brother, Harry.
While William and Catherine are expected to spend much of their time in North Wales, at Anglesey, where William is based with the Royal Air Force, they are yet to secure a London residence.
"Harry is away with the Army Air Corps most of the week, so it shouldn't be too much of a problem co-ordinating their diaries," a royal source told Britain's Daily Mail newspaper.
"The rooms aren't particularly fancy but Catherine is used to them. She gets on brilliantly with Harry so it won't be too much of a hardship shacking up with him for a while."
The couple will remain tenants of Clarence House, along with party boy Harry, until their permanent residence is confirmed.
Homes up for consideration include Buckingham Palace, St James's Palace and Kensington Palace, the Daily Mail reports.