If there's been one small silver lining that's come from the last difficult few months of lockdown, it's that we've been given sneak peeks inside the homes of some our favourite celebrities and members of the royal family. Well, there's no read carpets any more and everyone has been spending a lot of time inside the same four walls, so it's only natural, right?
Princess Beatrice gave us a small snippet of her London flat when recording a video message of support for charity, Kate Middleton's brother, James, showed off the stunning garden of their parents' home in Bucklebury and we spotted some very eye-catching artwork over at Meghan and Harry's house in LA.
To give a quick recap... up until now, we've become fairly accustomed to seeing William and Kate speak via webcam from their home, Anmer House in Norfolk, in a room painted a very pale green colour. Very little else can be seen of it, other than a white wooden door in the background and black and white framed picture.
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We've also been given a glimpse of Prince William's study during his new documentary, Football, Prince William and Mental Health, in which the future king met with sports fans to discuss how playing and watching together can help men to open up more.
The study shown during the programme has impressive floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and striking crimson walls, along with cream patterned curtains.
Now, Kate has allowed cameras inside a third room (or possibly another part of the now infamous minty green room?). Exciting! She can be seen standing by a large window that overlooks the garden as part of a new video thanking all those who've entered her photography competition, Hold Still, and encouraging others to submit a picture of their life during the coronavirus pandemic.
Some blush pink scalloped curtains can be seen in shot too.
The pandemic has also allowed us a look at the outside of the family home too, as a gorgeous family portrait – showing William, Kate and their three children, George, Charlotte and Louis – standing outside the front door and partaking in Clap For Our Carers.
All in all, it's pretty safe to say that while looking very classic and traditional in style, the home is definitely one for a busy family too.
It's also thought that there's a climbing frame in the garden for the children to play on and Kate has been vocal in the past about how important she believes spending time outdoors is for little ones.
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