Kate Middleton on the move, but the baby's not here yet (+video)

Kate Middleton left Kensington Palace for cooler digs. The nursery, as part of the couple's new home, is still under repair. A roundup of the Kate Middleton royal baby watch.

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Kate Middleton is on the move. 

The Duchess of Cambridge and the royal baby bump left Kensington Palace for her parent's house in Bucklebury, a city in the Berkshires an hour west of London, Us Weekly reports. The couple's residence in the palace's Nottingham Cottage, apparently, does not have air conditioning. 

England recorded its highest temperature this year two days ago – 89.4 F.  

Recommended: Royal baby photos: Modern monarchs

"It was just too warm in Nott Cott," a source told Us Weekly, referring to the Nottingham Cottage within the palace where Kate Middleton was staying. Fact: The Nottingham Cottage is a temporary home for the couple while their four-story, 20-room home at the estate is under construction.  

For more royal baby facts, read our top 10 list about what could be the least traditional royal baby yet. 

E! Online laid out what they know about the yet uncompleted royal baby nursery: Middleton may have hired interior designer Kelly Hoppen, who has worked for celebrity couples like Victoria and David Beckham as well as the Queen mother herself. 

The nursery will be gender-neutral, E! says, painted not in the common blue or pink but in browns and shades of sage. 

For baby photos and portraits of modern monarchs, from the rolly polly Queen Victoria to the dad-in-waiting Prince William, see our royal baby photos and Prince William through the years posts.  

And finally, why is there all of this hullabaloo around the birth of a baby who, if he or she inherits the throne, will be a leader of the country in symbol only. Do monarchies still matter? See our post. 

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