While we patiently await the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal baby, it's hard not to wonder what exactly the little bundle of joy's nursery at Frogmore Cottage will look like. Especially after the home's nearly $3.8 million renovation.
So far we've seen some pretty adorable guesses, but very few clues into the room's actual design have been revealed. From what we do know, though, there will be one very interesting feature: The walls are reportedly covered in vegan paint, infused with rosemary and eucalyptus essential oils.
Though this might come as a surprise to some, those who have been following Meghan's pregnancy likely already know it really makes sense for the Duchess's wellness-centered lifestyle. Months back, reports even showed that she helped encourage Harry to be more mindful of his diet, getting him on her classic juice kick as well.
The Daily Mail shared this news of the paint, pointing out the fact that though the couple has chosen to opt for a "gender-free" nursery featuring trendy neutrals, like whites and grays, they aren't opting for trendy paint companies. Instead, the rosemary and eucalyptus essential oil-infused paints they are using are the nontoxic, eco-friendly Auro paints made by UK-based Organic and Natural Paint Co.
The brand was created by Chris Ridley after his family suffered from respiratory problems. According to The Daily Mail, paints infused with rosemary and eucalyptus could boost your immune system, creativity, and even memory. Aside from the benefits of Auro paints, "Meghan [is actively] avoiding any paints tested on animals or ones that contain milk or bee’s wax as an ingredient."
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