Prince William and Kate Middleton will be keeping it all in the family following their April 29 wedding, by moving into a house with Prince Harry.
The UK's Daily Mail reports that while the pair have organised one of the biggest weddings in the world, they are yet to decide where they are going to live permanently once they become newlyweds.
The pair have decided that when they return from their honeymoon they will live in a suite at Clarence House with Harry, until they can come to a more permanent arrangement.
"Harry is away with the Army Air Corps most of the week, so it shouldn't be too much of a problem coordinating their diaries," an unnamed source told the newspaper.
"The rooms aren't particularly fancy but Catherine is used to them. She gets on brilliantly with Harry so it won't be too much of a hardship shacking up with him for a while."
When they are married, William and Kate will divide their time between London and North Wales, where William is based with the RAF.
They are reportedly considering Buckingham Palace, St James's Palace and Kensington Palace as their new home in London.