If there’s anything that could make us miss the holiday even more, it’s certainly the Sandringham estate photos of Queen Elizabeth. Her Majesty often spends her holiday season at the property, and after releasing photos of the venue to the public, we can fully understand why.
Like so many peeps at Meghan and Harry’s home in Montecito, California, any peek into the royals’ unassuming residences fills followers with delight. For such a private group, getting any preview of their living quarters sounds like fun – and dare we say it even helps us understand their personalities a little better.
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Case in point: The Queen is clearly a luxurious woman. When she’s not staying at the Sandringham Estate (next photos below), she usually spends her days at Buckingham Palace, London. However, the Queen’s main residence looks a little different this year, given current social distancing recommendations in place around the world. The Queen has had to remain very careful, so she has often stayed at Windsor Castle with a smaller staff after the death of her husband and Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, in April 2021. While it remains unclear whether the Queen will visit her holiday home with the rest of the family. The Royal Family This year, royal family buffs can still be transported to the property with the magic of photography.
The Queen usually stays at her home in Sandringham during the winter holiday season. However, the estate looks stunning in the summer, when followers are usually allowed to roam the property. In 2020, the Sandringham Instagram account (@Sandringham1870) took to social media to share some great views of the house during the warmer months. In the photos posted on their page there are glimpses of the property’s drawing room, which Queen Victoria described as “very tall and handsome” in her diary from 1871. We had to agree.
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The Instagram account has shared plenty of photos of the rest of the space in the past, including shots of the Sandringham dining room and several previews of the outside property. Inside, “Queen Mary’s influence still appears chiefly in the interior of the house,” they wrote in one of their comments, with everything from the “magnificent Spanish tapestries adorning the walls,” to the “columns, curves, and coats of arms” of the rooms. Outside, “gardens thrive on warmer weather.”
All of this is incredibly amazing, to say the least. Oh, and we forgot. A single glance at Sandringham’s Instagram account promises that “four-legged friends” are allowed in many workplaces. It doesn’t get much better than this!
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