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Saturday, May 17, 2014

Prince William and Kate Continue Renovations on Anmer Hall @ Sandringham Estate

Caption: Anmer Hall is on the Queen's Sandringham Estate in Norfolk. The previous tenant was asked to move out by Her Majesty and the house has been converted for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge 

With its bright orange roof and a conservatory-style garden room, it bears something of a resemblance to 'Beckingham Palace', one-time home of David and Victoria Beckham.

This is Anmer Hall, the new country seat of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, as it nears the end of what is believed to have been a £1.5million-plus refurbishment.

The glass-roofed 16ft by 16ft garden room will host a large dining table, allowing William and Kate to look up at the stars as they dine.

It also links the house to an old wood store which has been transformed into a ‘nanny flat’ for Maria Borallo, who was recently employed by the couple to look after Prince George.

The couple already have a 20-room apartment in Kensington Palace, which has been brought up to scratch with the help of £1.5million-worth of taxpayer-funded improvements. Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.