Could this be another hint that Will and Kate may be expanding their family? The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will make Kensington Palace their permanent London home, with Prince Harry joining them when they make the move in two years. They will take over the apartment where Princess Margaret once lived, a five-bedroom home with three reception rooms described by royal aides to be "the size of a terraced London house." Renovation on the apartment will begin in September 2012, and the couple is expected to move in sometime in 2013 after William finishes his duties as a search-and-rescue helicopter pilot in Anglesey, North Wales. The newlyweds currently split their time between their farmhouse in Anglesey and a one-bedroom apartment at St. James's Palace in London.