Christmas is just around the corner and the British royal family is finalizing preparations to enjoy this magical holiday season.
Kate Middleton and Prince William have chosen Anmer Hall, located on the Sandringham estate, as the perfect place to celebrate Christmas with their children George, Charlotte, and Louis away from the media spotlight.
What is Anmer Hall like?
Anmer Hall is an 18th-century Georgian building that Elizabeth II gifted to the couple in 2013 on the occasion of the birth of their firstborn.
The house was renovated in 2015 to adapt it to the family’s needs while retaining its traditional architectural charm.
With 20,000 acres of land, the property offers the prince and Princess Wales the privacy they seek to spend time with family and celebrate these special dates.
The mansion has ten bedrooms, three floors, a swimming pool, a tennis court, and beautiful gardens where the little ones can have fun.
The interior was decorated by the prestigious Ben Pentreath to create a warm and cozy atmosphere.
Although there are no official photos, we have been able to glimpse some details that show that it is the perfect place to enjoy the magic of Christmas.
The dark side
However, Anmer Hall also harbors legends of paranormal activity.
They say that the ghost of a Catholic priest executed on the grounds in the 16th century, Henry Walpole, haunts the mansion.
Although they warned the couple, it didn’t stop them from choosing it as their family retreat.