Cressida Bonas has shared a first look inside the kitchen at the home she shares with her husband Harry Wentworth-Stanley.
She took to Instagram with a photo in the space as she joined author Pippa Grange for a video call on her latest book, How To Win At Life Without Losing Yourself.
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It showed cream glossy cupboards behind Cressida, as well as two silver stainless steel ovens built into the cupboard units. The walls are white, and a painting hanging in a black and white frame is just about visible alongside the cupboards.
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Cressida Bonas shared a look at her kitchen
Cressida has shared several glimpses inside of her home in London since the coronavirus pandemic began and she has been spending more time indoors.
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In September, she showed her support for another author, Matt Haig, with a snap taken in her living room.
Cressida's living room
It has a grey and white design and is furnished with a grey sofa and white cushions with cotton covers.
Cressida's home office
When she worked from home during lockdown in June, meanwhile, she offered a look at her home office, revealing cream walls and wooden floors. She has a large wooden desk where she keeps her computer, a printer and a desk lamp, and at one side of the desk there are two bookshelves. Cressida's desk is positioned in front of the window, with views overlooking her garden.
Cressida was in a relationship with Prince Harry from 2012 to 2014, but married London property developer Harry Wentworth-Stanley in a secret ceremony in July 2020. Harry proposed to Cressida in August 2019, but the couple were forced to postpone their nuptials amid the COVID-19 crisis. The couple met while studying at Leeds University, and moved in together when they returned to London after their studies.
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