Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's little one can expect a lot of Bunny Gray and Cloud White in his or her future.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
March 18, 2019
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
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Time flies when you're tracking the royal baby.

With Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's newborn due next month, we're eagerly awaiting to see if it will be a boy or girl and what the youngster's name will be.

But we've also got one more pressing question on our minds: What will the baby's nursery look like? While we know the couple is moving into Frogmore Cottage — about 30 miles outside of London — in the verdant countryside, we've got not an inkling of an idea as to what the new baby's living quarters will look like.

That's why the paint experts at Benjamin Moore decided to conjecture the color palette of the nursery, per Apartment Therapy. Their nursery paint color predictions? Totally dreamy. They went gender-neutral, since we do not, in fact, know yet if we are getting a prince or princess yet. Among the nine colors that Benjamin Moore forecasted are Ballet White, Bunny Gray, and Pashmina, a light taupe shade. They noted that these shades were chosen as a nod to the English countryside where this royal bundle of joy will reside.

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The royal baby nursery at Frogmore Cottage could certainly be a neutral nirvana should the Duke and Duchess of Sussex decide to go with a similar color scheme as the one predicted.

Check out the full list here.