The Washington Post

William and Kate move into new home at Kensington Palace

A general view of the entrance to Kensington Palace Gardens, which has been named as Britain's most expensive street on June 1, 2011 in London. (Oli Scarff/GETTY IMAGES)

William and Kate also will maintain their home in Anglesey, North Wales, while William continues to work as an RAF search and rescue helicopter pilot.


GALLERY: Click the image above to view more pictures of the royal couple.

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