Inside Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's £30m royal residence they're at risk of being kicked out of by King Charles | The Sun

THE £30million home of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson is certainly fit for royalty – but they could be booted out by King Charles.

The Royal Lodge in Windsor, a Grade II-listed mega-mansion, has belonged to The Duke of York since the Queen Mother died in 2002.



It boasts 30 rooms with stunning interiors and plenty of space for entertaining and a rather grand exterior.

It’s so big that their daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie were able to hold their wedding receptions at the family home.

While The Duke has signed a 75-year lease on the property he and Sarah fear they could be kicked out of their luxurious home .

It is understood they are expecting to be given notice to leave as the Royal Family reviews its vast property portfolio.

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However, insiders say King Charles is unlikely to make any decision soon and they are “safe for now”.

The Royal Lodge sits within 21 acres of secluded gardens and boasts an eye-catching white exterior.

Royal watchers got a taste of the grand interior when the Duchess of York shared a behind-the-scenes snap.

Posing to show off her outfit, the hallway she was stood in boasted family photos on the walls along with plush cream carpets and green walls.

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In a more recent shot, Sarah Ferguson revealed her enviable dressing table inside her bedroom following her 61st birthday.

The wooden design comes with a large vanity mirror with double wings and topped with a white and gold flower vase along with a number of metal trinket dishes.

Next to that are wardrobes with cream doors and metallic gold handles.

Since the first Covid lockdown, Sarah has been sharing a number of YouTube videos filmed in the conservatory which boasts a seemingly well-stocked drinks cabinet, including wine and port along with tonic water, a number of glasses and a selection of paper straws.

In another clip from her YouTube videos, the dining room is on display, which comes with concrete flooring and burnt orange walls along with large white wooden double doors.

Sarah’s birthday message to Andrew was accompanied with a photo of him sat with their two dogs in a living room which is decorated with floor-length curtains at the windows and a patterned rug on the hardwood floor next to a comfy-looking sofa.

Prince Andrew and Sarah’s children grew up at the Royal Lodge and a sweet memento from their childhood still remains in the garden – a wooden swing which is engraved with Eugenie’s name.

The pristine garden also boasts two wooden benches which have been positioned underneath the trees, not far from Princess Eugenie’s personalised swing.

Royal fans also got a glimpse of the terrace when Sarah showed off a special charity t-shirt she was wearing in July last year.

At the rear of the property there’s a patio area with a wooden dining table and two benches so the family can sit outside when the weather’s fine.

The Royal Lodge also boasts a min–sized thatched cottage in its grounds, Y Bwthyn Bach (“The Little Cottage”).

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It was originally gifted to Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret by the people of Wales.

It’s thought the cottage was restored in 2012 under a plan managed by Princess Beatrice as part of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee.




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