12 opulent royal living rooms: Princess Kate, Zara Tindall, Meghan Markle and more

Royal residences never fail to impress us, and seeing inside their living rooms with gilded features, grand furniture and plenty of antiques is utterly mesmerising. Tour the lounges of , and Zara Tindall and the late Queen Elizabeth II. Keep scrolling to see…


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Princess Anne’s living room at Gatcombe Park

Princess Annesurprised fans when she unveiled her homely living roomat Gatcombe Park where she watched Scotland play rugby alongside her husband Sir Timothy Laurence. It features a red patterned sofa and matching armchair, pale green walls, wooden furniture and a plasma TV. The royal has decorated the space with lots of ornaments, books and framed pictures on the walls.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s living room

We got a glimpse inside the living room atPrince HarryandMeghan Markle‘sMontecito home whenMeghan joined a video callto mark the first anniversary of SmartWorks. It features a beautiful fireplace with brick surround, with a vintage ‘I Love California’ framed print on display on their mantelpiece.


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also have a second living room, where they have appeared several times since the coronavirus pandemic began. It’s designed with cream walls and furnished with a cream linen sofa and a wooden dresser. There is also a trio of prints mounted upon one wall, believed to be a gift from close friend Oprah Winfrey.

Zara and Mike Tindall’s living room

While Zara and Mike Tindall now live on the Gatcombe Park Estate, they previously called a £1.69million mansion in Cheltenham home – and it hadthe most beautiful living room. It featured a trio of floor-to-ceiling sash windows with white shutter blinds, a log burning fireplace, and had been furnished with a blue Chesterfield sofa and unique glass-topped coffee table.

Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands’ Blue Salon at Huis Ten Bosch

Queen Maxima, King Willem-Alexander and their daughters moved into Huis Ten Bosch in 2019 after carrying out significant renovation work.The blue salon is one of the cosiest rooms in the palace for the family to relax together, with a calming blue colour scheme across the walls, sofas and accessories.A giant collage by Maurice Scheltens and Liesbeth Abbenes, representskey elements in the life of the family such as King Willem’s cape on the day of his coronation.

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Crown Princess Victoria and Prince Daniel of Sweden’s living room at Haga Palace

When the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge carried out a visit to Sweden in 2018, we got a glimpse inside the stylish living room atCrown Princess Victoriaand Prince Daniel’s residence, Haga Palace. The room has a white and grey colour scheme with a grey marble coffee table, cream sofas lined with grey velvet cushions, and orange-toned curtains to add a pop of colour.

Queen Margretheof Denmark’s living room at Fredensborg Palace

Queen Margrethe of Denmark recentlyshared a look inside the living room of the home she resides at during spring and summer: Fredensborg Palace.

The majestic room features high ceilings with gold floral wallpaper and light blue wainscoting lining the bottom with metallic gold strips that match the doors. As for furniture, she has a large cream and blue patterned sofa, with an oak table and four chairs upholstered in the same design as the sofa.

Prince William and Princess Kate’s living room at Kensington Palace

Royal fans got a rare look inside Prince William and Princess Kate’s living room at Kensington Palace when they hosted former US President and First Lady Barack and Michelle Obama in April 2016. The room has plush cream sofas positioned around an upholstered coffee table, and wooden dressers displaying a selection of photos, ornaments and lamps.

The late Queen’s living room at Buckingham Palace

The White Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace is one of the most intimate State Rooms that is regularly used for audiences and small gatherings. As the name suggests, the room has a white colour scheme, with opulent gold accents via mirrors, artwork and furnishings. Better still, there is a secret entrance that the Queen used to use to enter that is concealed as a mirror and cabinet.

The late Queen’s sitting room at Windsor Castle

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The former monarch couldtake advantage of impressive views of the rest of the castle from the sofa in this sitting room at her second home. Her Majesty was been pictured in the room as sheheld her weekly audience with Boris Johnson via telephone, and also when hosting private audiences. The cosy living room offers a more informal setting for meetings compared to other state rooms.

The late Queen’s saloon at Sandringham House

The saloon at Sandringham Houseis said to be the royals’ favourite place to relax on the evenings during their time in Norfolk, and we can see why. The impressive room spans two floors and has ornate wooden columns, a piano and large sofas where the Queen and her family used torelax when they wereall together at Christmas.

Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark’s living room at Amalienborg Palace

TheDanish royalshave a stunning living room inside Amalienborg Palace, with pastel walls, gold trims on the doors, and two cream sofas positioned around a contrasting rust-toned cushioned coffee table. Meanwhile, a large chandelier takes pride of place at the centre of the room.

Queen Letizia and King Felipe’s sitting room at the Prince’s Pavilion

Pictures released to celebrateQueen Letizia‘s 40th birthday in 2012 also offered a glimpse inside the Spanish royals’ residence, the Prince’s Pavilion on the outskirts of Madrid. The room has a neutral colour palette with metallic curtains, a textured three-seater sofa, and patterned rug on the floor.

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