Wills-Kat's Kensington Palace renovation costs taxpayers 1 million pounds

London, June 28 (ANI): The renovation of the Kensington Palace for the expected baby of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, has cost 1million pounds so far, Buckingham Palace's annual accounts have revealed.

The 1 million pounds spent on the 57-room apartment the Palace in West London include asbestos removal. Around £400,000 has gone on the roof, and £600,000 revamping the interior, the Mirror reported.

The report comes a day after Chancellor George Osborne announced 11billion ponds of cuts to public spending.

While families in the country are facing the heat of recession, it was revealed on Thursday, how the Royal Family has been overspending the taxpayers' money.

The documents also revealed that the cost of supporting the monarchy in the Diamond Jubilee year increased by 900,000 pounds to 33.3million pounds.

Another astounding information that came out was that the Queen's laundry expenses rose by 200,000 pounds to 700,000 pounds.

Around 4.5million ponds of the cash spent in the year to April went on the Royal Family's air and rail travel.

Flights for William and Kate's September tour of the Far East cost a staggering 370,000 pounds.

Four trips taken by the Queen on the Royal Train cost more than 30,000 pounds each, one of which was to Nottingham.

A family of four in UK could go and return between Nottingham and London at peak times for a total of 465 pounds.

Other expenses showed the Queen's utility bill soared by 1 million pounds to 3.1million pounds. (ANI)