THIS is the £1.8 million flat that Princess Kate shared with her sister Pippa years before she married Prince William.
The comfy three-bed property housed the sisters after their parents bought it for £780,000 in 2002.
The comfy three-bed property was bought for £780,000 in 2002
Kate moved out in 2011 after her wedding
The cosy home was in Chelsea
It sits just a stone’s throw from the palace Kate would later call home.
The pair lived in the Chelsea apartment while pursuing careers in buying and marketing luxury brands.
The Princess of Wales, now 41, moved out in April 2011 after her wedding.
Carole and Michael Middleton put the brick-fronted pad up for sale in 2018 for £1.95 million before eventually selling for £1.88 million the next year.
Pictures from when it went on the market show a cosy and tastefully decorated home, set across three floors.
It boasts clean, white interiors, traditional furniture and oriental-style rugs.
There are three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a reception room, all with excellent views over the city.
These are accompanied by a spacious dining room, living room and balcony with large French windows.
The kitchen is less spacious than some of the other rooms, but is no less sleek in design, with black marble counters, a gas hob and light wooden cabinets.
One room subtly displayed a London theme, with a pair of cushions embroidered with double decker red buses.
After meeting future-hubby Wills and St Andrew’s University, Kate lived in the property while working as a part-time accessories buyer for Jigsaw Junior.
The royal couple moved to a four-bedroom farmhouse on the Bodorgan Estate in Anglesey, North Wales, while The Prince of Wales finished off RAF training.
They then relocated to their stunning, 20-room apartment in Kensington Palace after their first child, Prince George, was born.
That was their home until last year, when they and their now-three children upped sticks to the four-bed Adelaide Cottage on the royal estate in Windsor.
Pippa Middleton, meanwhile, married multi-millionaire hedge-fund manager James Matthews and the pair live in a five-storey London mansion.
They even spent £1.2 million renovating the luxury, six-bed home.
However, that was small changed compared to the £15 million they spent moving to a 30-bedroom stately home in Berkshire last year, complete with 72-acre grounds.
It boasts clean, white interiors, traditional furniture and oriental-style rugs