Prince Harry’s house is pink

Prince Harry has painted the walls of his house pink.
The 32-year-old royal reportedly asked decorators to brighten up the interiors of his abode in Clarence House, London, by spritzing the walls with blush coloured paint.
Joa Studholme, a colour consultant for paintmaker Farrow & Ball, told the MailOnline: “How can I say this very discreetly it was a young Prince, the youngest. Not William and not George. Very strong colours, very contemporary. He had lots of greys and lovely pinks. You’d be surprised actually.”
However, the flame-haired hunk’s decision to paint his walls pink didn’t come as a shock to Mrs Studholme – who charges £250 an hour – as she believes the feminine colour is “absolutely the big thing in decorating at the moment.”
She explained: “It’s all about everything being pink. I can tell you exactly why it’s so popular. Pink is popular because I think we led these very, very busy lives, very flat-screened… we have iPads. Everything is flat, hard, pink just just gives you a big hug. These colours are just are so tender and blushy, you go home and sort of sink into them and they go fanatically well with copper and… copper is obviously very, very popular. I just think it’s the whole thing about too much technology and we are going back to our routes with pink.”