Anmer Hall, a luxury four-storey, 20-room apartment on the Queen’s Sandringham estate in Norfolk, is used as a base for Kate Middleton and Prince William outside London
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Royal fans got a glimpse of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s kitchen this weekend during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
And now many are keen to take a peek inside Anmer Hall, the ten-bedroom country house on the Queen’s Sandringham estate in Norfolk.
It’s where William and Kate spend much of their time with their children and fans were eager to see more after the Duchess of Cambridge, 40, was pictured cooking with Prince George, eight, Princess Charlotte, seven, and Prince Louis, four, at a jubilee event.
It’s unclear whether the video was shot at Kensington Palace, the royal residence in London, or at Anmer Hall, where the family has spent a lot of time during the pandemic.
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The couple are believed to have spent more than £1.5million renovating the property – with Kate taking on the interiors to change, reports OK! magazine.
The four-story, ten-bedroom home has come in handy during the pandemic – with the couple both taking on royal engagements from there.
During a Zoom call, Prince William peeked inside his office while chatting about football. Another meeting revealed the full ceiling-to-floor bookcases in sight.
And the royal couple have previously been seen filming in what is believed to be the family’s living room.
And they took some pretty pictures there, including Princess Charlotte’s first birthday, where she was captured at home on a plaid armchair.
The young royal was caught in a wicker chair in what commentators believe is her nursery – which has been used by Prince Louis ever since.
She was also seen posing in front of a day bed covered in matching cushions, and Prince George was pictured holding his baby sister in a cream-coloured upholstered chair.
In another official photo, the family can be seen posing comfortably in front of their outdoor log pile.
The house previously had its own swimming pool and tennis court, indicating that Kate and William decided to replace with an artificial lawn because of their young children.
It has been reported that Kate insisted that the kitchen be suitable for young children and designed with the little ones in mind.
Discussing the kitchen filmed in the recent Jubilee video, interior designer Benji Lewis told FEMAIL: “Although the overall feel of the kitchen is warm, it is simple and unassuming.
“It is certainly not a kitchen in which one would feel obliged to have a ceremony, there is nothing flashy, on the contrary it is very normal with its simple knobs (some even unpainted), a few open shelves and a lick of pale blue paint against soft gray or beige walls.”
Royal fans also got a rare glimpse of Frogmore Cottage this weekend as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle celebrated their daughter Lilibet’s first birthday.
The low-key picnic in the garden took place during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations – and a series of cute photos from the event gave us a glimpse of the cottage.