Charles Spencer really does have the most beautiful surroundings to wake up to each morning – and on Friday he shared a never-before-seen snap of the majestic stables that sit within the grounds of Althorp House.
Princess Diana's brother stunned fans with his mesmerising photo – and the unbelievable size of the stables, which are five buildings long!
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Captioning the breathtaking image, Charles wrote: "Mellow September light falling on the Stables at @AlthorpHouse this glorious morning."
Needless to say, his followers were just as impressed with the views as they were with his photography skills. "You have a keen eye and sensibility. Beautiful capture. The intriguing, underlying historical narrative...you can hear ‘them’ speak....," one impressed follower wrote.
Charles Spencer shared a glimpse at the stables
Another said: "The glorious golden glow of the local stone is greatly admired." A third added: "The natural beauty of ironstone. Centuries of Althorp's horses must have been very content living in such splendour."
Charles has also shown off the gardens of the home, which span a jaw-dropping 550 acres. He recently posted a photo of endless bushes of blooming lilac lavender framing a set of concrete steps that lead up to another area of lawn, surrounded by concrete walls and plinths.
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Charles Spencer often shares glimpses at the impressive grounds of his property
Last month he revealed the shocking aftermath a storm had on the grounds. Sharing a video on Twitter of a large number of broken tree branches and trunks scattered across the spacious grounds, the 56-year-old captioned the clip: "Big storm last night - an awful lot of debris wherever I look."
Fans were quick to comment on the damage, with one writing: "Can’t like this message! Good luck cleaning up and let’s hope further damage will not take place!" Another wrote: "Wow! A very dangerous storm by the looks of it!" A third added: "How awful. Hope no one was hurt."
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