Prince William And Kate Middleton's Reported Renovation Plans For Anmer Hall Home Revealed (PHOTOS)

With extra shrubbery around the house--what, do they want privacy or something?

It looks like Prince William and Kate Middleton are planning an extreme home makeover.

According to the Daily Mail, plans have been released for Anmer Hall, the couple's presumed country home. And from the sounds of it, it will be quite the renovation.

The nine-bedroom abode will now have a garden room and pergola, along with a new driveway, a newly converted sitting room and a road for public visitors coming to and from St. Mary's Church. Plans also call for plenty of added shrubbery to conceal the home. The Telegraph reports that the project will be headed by architect Charles Morris.

We learned last month that the royal couple's plans for home improvements had been approved by King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council. And now all we're waiting for is Ty Pennington to pay the two a visit and create the first Royal Edition of Extreme Makeover.

Oh, and did you know how artsy Kate is? Click through our slideshow to see her and other celebs who love to craft.

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