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Where Do the British Royals Live? Check Out their Breathtaking Real Estate Portfolio

Queen Elizabeth II was crowned in 1953 and has called Buckingham Palace her main residence ever since although, it certainly ain’t the only place the Queen calls home. Her highness is the owner of many more properties that inevitably gorgeous and extremely luxurious. Other royal family members also reside in historically significant and, needless to say, absolutely stunning estates.

Queen Elizabeth

Just one home ain’t enough for our Queen. She is the owner of many gorgeous residences that she likes to visit throughout the year. Quite recently, probably because of the pandemic, the Queen has been residing at the Windsor Castle, where the death of the Duke of Edinburg took place and where he is buried.

The Windsor Castle has remained to be a royal home for over 900 years, and the palace was visited by the Queen and her late husband on many occasions like Easter, and they even used it as a getaway on weekends.

Getty Images | The sprawling castle has over 13 acres of land and more than 1000 rooms!

Around the end of the year and Christmas, many royal family members, along with Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburg, famously gather at the Sandringham estate that previously belonged to George IV. Elizabeth inherited the residence from her father.

Prince William and Duchess Kate

Prince William resides in the Kensington Palace Apartment 1A and his wife, Duchess Kate, and his children – Princess Charlotte, Prince George, and Prince Louis. Other than this, the Duke and Duchess’ family also visit Norfolk’s Anmer Hall at the Sandringham estate quite often. The newly renovated residence is a 10-bedroom country home that the couple got as a wedding gift from Queen Elizabeth when they got married back in 2011.

Getty Images | Vogue reports that it is a 4-story apartment with 20 rooms!

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

 After the two got engaged in 2017, Meghan moved into Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace, which was Harry’s home. The 1300-square-feet place with two rooms remained the couple’s house for almost 2 years until they decided to relocate to Windsor Castle to welcome their son Archie to the world. They decidedly resided at Frogmore Cottage.

Getty Images | Frogmore Cottage consists of 5 large bedrooms!

Later in 2020, their decision to step back from their positions as senior royal members hit screens worldwide. Following this change in their life, they stayed in Canada only briefly and then ultimately ended up getting a $14.5 million property in one of the most desired neighborhoods of Montecito, California.

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