Inside Kate Middleton and Prince William’s luxurious 20-room bespoke second home

Anmer Hall, a luxury four-storey, 20-room apartment on the Queen’s Sandringham estate in Norfolk, will be used as a base for Kate Middleton and Prince William outside of London

on the Sandringham Estate
Note Hall on the Sandringham Estate

Royal fans got a glimpse of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s kitchen during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations this weekend.

And now many are interested in taking a peek inside Anmer Hall, the ten-bedroom country house on the Queen’s Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.

This is where William and Kate spend much of their time with their children and fans were keen to see more after the Duchess of Cambridge, 40, was photographed baking with Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, in front of it an anniversary event.

It is not known whether the video was filmed at Kensington Palace, the royal family’s London pad, or at the Anmer Hall, where the family has been spending much of their time during the pandemic.






Kate and her children put the finishing touches on the cakes

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The couple are believed to have spent more than £1.5million refurbishing the property – with Kate taking charge of changing the interiors, reports OK! Magazine.

The four-story, ten-bedroom home has come in handy during the pandemic – and the couple took on royal engagements from there.

On a Zoom call, Prince William gave people a peek into his office as he discussed football. Another meeting revealed the full bookshelves stretching from ceiling to floor.






Zoom calls have provided glimpses of the property





The royal couple is considered private

And the royal couple were previously spotted filming in the family living room.

And they snapped some sweet photos there – including Princess Charlotte’s first birthday, where she was captured on a plaid armchair at home.

The young queen was snapped onto a wicker chair in her nursery, which commentators believe has since been used by Prince Louis.

She was also seen posing in front of a daybed covered in coordinating scatter pillows and Prince George was photographed hugging his little sister while seated on a cream-colored cushioned chair.

In another official photo, the family can be seen posing comfortably in front of their woodpile outdoors.







Princess Charlotte pictured by the Duchess of Cambridge at the Anmer Hall
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A cute photo from the ANMER HALL
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The home previously had its own swimming pool and tennis court, which Kate and William reportedly decided to replace with an artificial turf because of their young children.

It is reported that Kate insisted on making sure the kitchen was suitable for young children and designed with little ones in mind.

Of the kitchen filmed in the recent Jubilee video, interior designer Benji Lewis told FEMAIL, “While the overall feel of the kitchen is homey, it is unfussy and unpretentious.

“It’s certainly not a kitchen where you feel obliged to be ceremonial, there’s nothing flashy about it, on the contrary it’s quite normal with its simple knobs (some even unpainted), some open shelves and a touch of light blue color, on the other hand, soft gray or brown walls.”

Royal fans also got a rare glimpse of Frogmore Cottage this weekend as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle celebrated daughter Lilibet’s first birthday.

The low-key picnic in the back garden took place during the Queen’s platinum jubilee celebrations – and a series of sweet photos from the event gave us a glimpse of the cottage.

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