Take a sneak peek inside the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s second home – which was designed by Kate Middleton herself.
Anmer Hall is a luxurious four-storey, 20-room apartment located on the Queen’s Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.
The property is the family’s country home of London and is believed to have had its interior created by Kate, reports OK! Magazine.
The royal couple are known to be private but working from home during the pandemic has offered glimpses into their living situation.
For example, a Zoom call about men’s football with FA president William gave people a look inside his office.
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And a chat with the BBC on the same subject gave viewers another look at the room, with full ceiling to floor book cases in view.
In another appointment, filming for another engagement the royal couple could be seen in what’s likely to be the living room of the property.
On Princess Charlotte’s first birthday, she was photographed at home on a classic plaid patterned arm chair.
The same year, the young royal was snapped on a wicker chair in what commentator’s suspect is her nursery.
The princess poses on a piece of small children’s sized furniture in front of what appears to be a day bed covered in coordinating scatter cushions.
It’s reported Kate insisted on ensuring the kitchen was suitable for young children and designed with little ones in mind.
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The couple is believed to have spent upward of £1.5 million renovating the property.
In another shared photograph from when Prince Charlotte was born, a cream upholstered chair is sat on by the two children as Prince George holds his baby sister.
The property previously had its own swimming pool and tennis court, which reports say Kate and William decided to replace with an artificial lawn more suitable for young children.
In another official photograph, the family posed in front of their outdoor log pile – suggesting plenty of toasty nights in front of a roaring fire.
The family previously lived in the country home full-time, before moving to Kensington Palace Apartment 1A.