Lady Amelia Windsor has given fans a peek inside her home, and it couldn't be more different to what you might expect from a royal residence. The model shared two photos from her house on Instagram, showing how she has added personality with colourful wall art and photo collages.
"Plotting my next collage… #homedecor ft. David Attenborough and his magnificent ostrich egg," Amelia captioned a photo, which showed her standing in a dining room next to a white wooden chair. The room is painted in a pale cream colour, but the 24-year-old has hung up her own collage of photos including an amusing picture of David Attenborough.
Lady Amelia Windsor shared a look inside her home
What appears to be family photos are also on display in another frame, while a selection of childhood snaps of Amelia with her siblings have been placed on another dresser next to ornaments, a Patsy Cline record, and a stack of magazines. A post on Instagram Stories gave a fascinating insight into Amelia's home, where she also had a Miss Dior print on show, as well as a Jo Malone candle and illustration of a rose beetle hanging overhead. The wall art is by illustrator Bell Hutley and costs £50 from Wolf & Badger.
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The 24-year-old has colourful wall art and photos on display
It is not the first time Lady Amelia has showcased her home on Instagram; a previous photo taken inside her bedroom featured lots of personal mementos and photos, which were hung around the mirror and pinned up on the walls. The royal hung a coloured feather decorative ornament on the walls, while a pot on her dressing table was filled with various skincare products and makeup.
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Lady Amelia, who is the daughter of the Earl and Countess of St Andrews, lives in London where she works as a model. She previously studied at Edinburgh University, and spent a year studying abroad in Paris and Rome.
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