Kate Middleton and Prince William’s home features high-tech escape route

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  • Just because it’s old doesn’t mean it’s not kitted out with all the mod-cons

    Kensington Palace may have been built in 1605, but it’s been pimped out with every mod-con imaginable since then. In a scene not too dissimilar from the spy drama Kingsman, the period palace is decked out with a panic room and secret tunnel, so that the Royal Family can escape in secret in case of any threat to their safety.

    The Cambridge’s Royal Apartment, has also been equipped with an air filtration system guarding against biological warfare, and an escape tunnel.

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