Here's some unromantic Royal Wedding news. Looks like once Prince William and Kate Middleton return from their honeymoon, they're going to have a roommate! And guess who? Will's pesky little brother Prince Harry.
So the royal newlyweds are planning to move into a shared suite of rooms in Clarence House, with Harry, while they decide which Palace -- Buckingham, St. James, or Kensington -- they are going to move into for the long run.
This college-esque living situation could take on so many possible scenarios, but are any of them really good for a new marriage?
Scenario 1: No wild newlywed sex all about the marital home. Everywhere they try to get it on makes for a Harry situation. Boo ...
Scenario 2: Prince William and Prince Harry, who are "very close," constantly hang out together on the royal couch, drinking royal beer, playing royal video games while Princess Kate makes them nachos, does all their cheesy dishes, and picks up their smelly royal socks.
Scenario 3: Princess Kate and her new brother-in-law Prince Harry, who are said to have a "great relationship," constantly hang out together on the royal couch, drinking royal beer, playing royal video games while Prince William makes them nachos, does all their cheesy dishes, and picks up their smelly royal socks and stockings.
Ah, but all this is just silliness. Surely the three are all royally mature enough to handle such a close but temporary living situation. Prince William spends a lot of time in Wales with the Royal Air Force, and Prince Harry is away with the Army Air Corps much of the time. Hey, if Kate plays her cards right, she might get the place all to herself.
Can you say Princesses Night Out every night? Yeowwww!
Did you have to live with family members after you got married?
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