The rule of social distancing, just like the virus, does not allow exceptions and so also the British Royals, to the Coronavirus, have decided to isolate themselves. If the Queen is currently in Windsors, William and Kate have instead decided to move to the countryside, leaving London to go to Norfolk.
Anmer Hall (Photo by Chris Radburn / PA Images via Getty Images)
© Chris Radburn – PA Images
For their quarantine, the Dukes of Cambridge chose the residence of Anmer Hall, a building dating back to the 18th century and on the grounds of Sandringham (where the Queen has her winter residence) donated to the two Dukes by the Queen in 2011 as a wedding gift and which, after a restoration costing about one and a half million pounds, remained the main home of William and Kate for as long as the Duke served in the helicopter rescue.
Anmer Hall. (Photo by Indigo / Getty Images)
© Max Mumby / Indigo
It is not the first time, however, that we have the opportunity to take a look inside the rooms of Anmer Hall: in fact, recently, we had the opportunity to throw a “sneak peek” inside their two offices in the shots published on Instagram .
The connoisseurs of the royal family, however, will certainly not forget that the rooms of Anmer Hall were the “photographic set” in which the extraordinarily sweet images of Charlotte just born in the arms of little George were taken. Just as Anmer Hall was the background for the first official portraits of the princess taken by the Duchess herself.
And, from today, you can also live the experience of being neighbors of the Dukes of Cambridge (and of the next sovereigns of the United Kingdom). According to reports from the Sun, not one but two houses near the residence of Anmer Hall have been made available for rent by their respective owners in figures that, we can also say, are not particularly inaccessible. With just over £ 800 a month, you may have the opportunity to say goodbye to Baby George or, who knows, maybe exchange some gardening advice with Kate Middleton. Only drawback: living and working in Norfolk. Sandringham Estate, which deals with the rental of properties, has in fact specified that priority will be given to renting to those who, precisely, have their residence and work in Norfolk. Curious and paparazzi are warned.