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Sarah Ferguson reveals cosy living room inside home with Prince Andrew

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie were raised at the house

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Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew live at Royal Lodge Windsor, where they raised their two daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, and the Duchess of York has revealed a rare look inside the property's living room within a recent episode of her YouTube series, Story Time with Fergie and Friends. 

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Sarah Ferguson revealed her living room on YouTube

It features tan brown walls, green and brown tartan curtains, and a large brown armchair where Sarah sat to read from. The sofa is decorated with brown patterned cushions, one blue cushion embroidered with Sarah's name and a selection of teddies. Sarah also has a large bunch of cream and pink flowers in a ridged glass vase, while next to her there is an industrial-style cream radiator, and a selection of framed photos and a blue and yellow patterned vase on the window ledge.

MORE: Inside Sarah Ferguson and Prince Andrew's home at Royal Lodge Windsor

Previously, Sarah revealed an alternative view of the room in a post on Instagram, showing a wooden desk dressed with a red and white gingham tablecloth, and a metal floor lamp with an exposed bulb at one side. There also seems to be a stack of books at the front of the room, next to a wicker basket which is just about visible next to Sarah.

Since launching her new YouTube channel, Sarah has also filmed from the conservatory, revealing white walls, several plants, a charcoal grey bookcase and several rattan chairs upholstered in white and grey patterned covers. Like her living room, there's a large wooden desk in the middle of the room.

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Sarah previously revealed another room in the house

Another room in the house made the cut for one of Sarah's very first YouTube videos, featuring a black garden trellis at one side with a green climber plant and pink flowers, a white bookcase displaying a collection of teapots and ornaments, and a side table dressed with a white tablecloth. It holds one lamp with a red patterned base and a white shade, and a large cream lampshade on its own. 

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