With the Duchess of Sussex retiring from public duties, the countdown is officially on for the next royal baby.
The duchess wrapped up her final public appearances last week and is now awaiting the arrival of her firstborn with hubby Prince Harry. The couple, who is reportedly due at the end of April, has been busy prepping their new home in Windsor.
Harry and Meghan are in the midst of a major home reno that will see their five-apartment mini mansion transformed into a single living space with plenty of room for the couple, their baby and their dogs.
According to Cosmopolitan, the couple's home will be designed in Meghan's signature modern-meets-chic style. The home will reportedly also feature a yoga studio, multiple "grand fireplaces" and a double staircase reminiscent of "Gone With The Wind."
As for the nursery, that's still under wraps, but popular paint producers, Benjamin Moore, has a few predictions.
The paint experts revealed to Apartment Therapy the colours they'd like to see used by the Sussex's in the royal nursery at Frogmore Cottage. With names like Cloud White, Pashmina and Bunny Gray, these warm tones give a nod to the English countryside without being overly traditional.
Appealing to Meghan and Harry's more rebellious sides, Benjamin Moore also recommended shades like Head Over Heels, which is reminiscent of soft blush, and Black Pepper, which appears more blue-ish/grey than black.
Check out all the colours below.
What do you think? Will Meghan and Harry keep their nursery traditional? Or will they embrace a more modern look?