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Prince William and Princess Kate’s stunning fairytale garden revealed

Highgrove House, the former residence of King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla, has been the subject of some stunning photographs over the years. The magnificent Gloucestershire home, which was first occupied by the monarch, Princess Diana, Prince William, and Prince Harry, was purchased by the monarch in 1980.


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Prince William has inherited the cherished estate that belonged to his father since being appointed the Prince of Wales following the death of his grandmother, the Queen. King Charles III is nevertheless anticipated to remain there when his schedule permits.

900 acres of organic land, including a farm that King Charles installed when he first renovated the property, surround the nine-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion. The former Prince of Wales places a great deal of value on the gardens. For more than 25 years, they have been open to the public on specific dates throughout the summer, with all proceeds going to charity.


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The lush gardens of Princess Kate and Prince William’s new home were recently featured in some autumnal photos posted to the Highgrove House Instagram account, and they remain as stunning as ever.

The garden looks as if it belongs in a fairytale thanks to its baby pink gate, red brick walls, cascading green foliage, and stone pathways.

Another picture showed the impressive house surrounded by trees, their orange leaves romantically covering the large grounds. Perfectly trimmed hedges heightened the enigma of the beautiful outdoor area.

The caption for the second photo read: “Join us on one of our very special Autumn Walks at Highgrove Gardens and see the gardens cloaked in colour. Your 60-minute tour will focus on areas that will be at their seasonal best, such as the Kitchen Garden, the Stumpery and the majestic Arboretum. Book your Autumn Walk by visiting the Garden Tours and Events page on our website.”


King Charles bought the property in 1980
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Royal admirers gushed over the amazing pictures. One person said it was “so beautiful,” and another said it was “definitely on my list of places I want to visit.” Another added: “I cannot recommend highly enough. An extremely interesting garden.”

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