The amazing residences owned by the British royal family

Buckingham Palace -
Located in the heart of London, Buckingham Palace has been used by the British royal family since 1703, and it's their primary residence in the capital.

Buckingham Palace - Buckingham Palace has a total of 775 rooms, including 19 state rooms, 52 royal and guest bedrooms, 188 staff bedrooms, 92 offices, and 78 bathrooms.

Clarence House -
Attached to St James's Palace is this 19th-century house where the late Queen Elizabeth II (then Princess Elizabeth) and Prince Philip lived after they got married.

Clarence House -
It was also the Queen Mother's home for many years, and was the London residence of King Charles prior to his ascension. 

Windsor Castle -
Windsor Castle was built almost a thousand years ago. Many royal couples tied the knot at the castle's St. George’s Chapel, including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Windsor Castle - Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh liked to spend time at the castle. Indeed, this was where Prince Philip died on April 9, 2021.

Balmoral Castle -
This castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland was purchased by Queen Victoria in 1852, and is now a royal residence where the royal family often spends their summers.

Birkhall -
Birkhall is also part of the Balmoral Castle estate. This is where King Charles and the Queen Consort used to stay when they visited Scotland.

Kensington Palace -
Kensington Palace is located just two miles (about 3.2 km) from Buckingham Palace. Queen Victoria was born and raised in the 547-room estate.

Kensington Palace -
Today, Kensington Palace is home to many senior royals, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Cornwall.

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