Princes George, Charlotte, and Louis spent the holidays at Anmer Hall with their parents. This summer, it is possible.
The Queen gave Prince William and Kate Anmer Hall as a wedding present in 2011, and they now spend weekends and holidays there.
Before moving in, designer Ben Pentreath constructed a conservatory, moved the driveway, and completely refurbished the Georgian estate for £1.5million.
The royal family celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary with garden excursions. Wendy cottage, wooden seesaw, and grass with vegetation.
BBC’s Big Night In revealed the entrance to Anmer Hall. The residence is flanked by old wooden doors with red brick surrounds and wall lamps. Doorway bushes.
Their 2020 Christmas card showed a never-ending log pile in their lawn, implying many fireplaces.
Prince William and Kate conduct Anmer Hall virtual interviews here. Pale green walls and a massive white arched doorway.
Kate announced her 2020 photography competition from a room with scalloped cream drapes and walls. She faced a huge garden-facing white-framed sash window.
Football, Prince William, and Mеntal Health, a BBC programme, revealed Prince William’s home office. Burgundy walls and floor-to-ceiling bookcases surround the desk. The window has two cream table lamps and cream-patterned curtains.
From their jewel-green dining room, Prince William video chatted with Jonny Wilkinson and Alex Scott. He has repeatedly taken recordings from the location, displaying a sizable painting in a gilded frame, dark wood paneling, and an identical oak clock.
Princess Charlotte stopped by Anmer Hall in 2015. There were chairs with a green and yellow check pattern and cream walls and carpeting.
Princess Charlotte’s first birthday pictures the following year showed an additional room. A wicker chair and a large, multicolored-cushioned sofa sat behind Charlotte.
They have a climbing wall, climbing frames, and swings in their sizable backyard. According to sources, Kate and William installed fake grass in place of the pool and tennis court.
There should be a copy of George and Charlotte’s nurseries somewhere in the house.
According to writers Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand of Finding Freedom, “there, the couple frequently entertained out of their large kitchen with its glass-roofed dining area.” Kate wished her kitchen was kid-friendly. In contrast to lunch at Buckingham Palace or Sandringham, where guests were catered for by a full staff, friends and family in the area gathered amiably in the lovely setting for casual meals.