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Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex's dreamy Moroccan-esque room at family home has to be seen

The Earl and Countess of Wessex live at Bagshot Park in Surrey

Bridie Wilkins

Sophie Wessex and Prince Edward have revealed several areas of their home at Bagshot Park in Surrey since the pandemic began, including a grand reception room designed with intricately-carved wooden walls.

The Countess of Wessex first appeared from the space back in June 2020, but a new video featuring the Earl has revealed Moroccan-inspired décor that was previously concealed.

SEE: Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex's sprawling home is like a castle - see inside

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WATCH: Prince Edward films from inside stunning home with Sophie Wessex

To the left of the Prince, two orange velvet cushions are seen, matching orange and gold baroque-print Venetian window blinds.

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Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex's grandest reception room

The rich textures make for a beautiful contrast to the wooden walls, while the carvings reflect the striking architecture found in Morocco.

READ: Sophie Wessex reveals grandest room inside home with Prince Edward

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Prince Edward made the appearance as he thanked key workers of North Yorkshire for their efforts during the COVID-19 crisis. The clip was shared on the official Royal Family Twitter account with the caption: "The Earl thanked community leaders in North Yorkshire: Drs Amanda Vipond and Kim Chandler, Mountain Rescue Leader Mike Gallagher, Chief Constable Richard Lewis, The Very Reverend John Dobson, @Welcome2Yorks' James Mason, @Northyorkscc's Richard Flinton."

Prince Edward and Sophie have called Bagshot Park their home for over 20 years, after moving in shortly after their royal wedding in 1999. They now share the mansion house with their two children, Lady Louise and James, Viscount Severn.

It is believed to boast a whopping 120 rooms, after it was demolished and rebuilt in 1879.

As for outdoor space, the Grade-II listed building is set within 51 acres of land, and it is also located just 11 miles away from Windsor, where the Queen has stayed since the pandemic, and where the family have plenty more space to enjoy once coronavirus guidelines permit them to visit.

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