It’s pretty in pink for princesses

House lives up to street name

Evening Express (City Final) - Home Life - - FAMILY LIVING - By Donna Ewen

SEL­DOM has a res­i­den­tial street had a more ap­pro­pri­ate name. That’s be­cause Princess Drive is home to the Ren­nies’ three lit­tle princesses, with their bed­rooms dec­o­rated in glo­ri­ous pink. And when the time came to set­tle down in her first fam­ily home, for mum Cather­ine there was just one area of Aberdeen worth con­sid­er­ing. The se­nior staff nurse at ARI said: “I was raised in Dyce, and would never have even con­sid­ered mov­ing out­with the area. “I love the fact my two el­dest daugh­ters at­tend the same pri­mary school as I did. “The area is amaz­ing, and with so many ameni­ties close by its the only place for my fam­ily to be.” Cather­ine, 41, and hus­band, Alan, 36, a ra­di­ol­ogy depart­ment as­sis­tant, moved into their lovely move far, and are look­ing to ex­pand so Olivia can also have her own space. “We have loved liv­ing here, and hope who­ever moves in is as happy as we have been,” said Cather­ine. floor­ing,” said Cather­ine. “But I take care of hang­ing wall­pa­per.” While the Ren­nies will be re­luc­tant to leave, they don’t in­tend to three-bed­room, endter­raced home nearly a decade ago, and were thrilled to have so much space and ex­tra bed­rooms. Within a few years they wel­comed daugh­ters, Lucy, 9, and Daisy, 5, to the fold – and more re­cently Olivia, 3, came along. The home in­cludes lounge, din­ing area, kitchen, three bed­rooms, and bath­room. Cather­ine and Alan have put a fair amount of work into the prop­erty. “Alan is handy with a paint­brush, and he also laid the lam­i­nate

ARM-IN-ARM: From left, Olivia, Cather­ine, Daisy, Lucy and Alan Ren­nie.

END TER­RACE: The home at Princess Drive, Dyce.

“The area is amaz­ing”

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