Princess Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi could be set to relocate from their home at St James's Palace and move into a property in the Cotswolds, according to reports.
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The royal couple have been spotted house-hunting in the picturesque countryside, where they recently viewed a beautiful home on the market for around £3 million, the MailOnline revealed.
The Oxfordshire house, near Blenheim Palace, supposedly comes complete with a party barn and a swimming pool, so there are plenty of luxurious features for Beatrice and Edoardo to enjoy.
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Although it's likely that St James's Palace would continue to act as the royal couple's London base, similar to Princess Anne who also has a home at Gatcombe Park.
Beatrice and Edoardo's current property is decorated with bold interiors which the Princess has shared glimpses of following the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.
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To announce the winner of the Oscar’s Book Prize, the Queen's granddaughter made a virtual appearance inside what could be the living room of her home. It had a window seat topped with a pale blue seat cushion and two more scatter cushions in pastel stripes and patterns. Long white curtains covered in a blue and red tree print added the finishing touches.
Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi live at St James's Palace
Back in April 2020, Beatrice filmed a video message that unveiled plain white walls with a large gilt-framed portrait hanging behind her and a rounded wooden chair.
Meanwhile, another virtual appearance with her sister, Princess Eugenie and mother, Sarah, Duchess of York, showed one room is decorated with burnt orange walls. It has a large fireplace where Beatrice had showcased a photo from her wedding day with Edoardo.
The couple were reportedly spotted house-hunting in the Cotswolds
Should Beatrice make an offer on a property in the Cotswolds, she would not be the only member of the royal family who has a country bolthole.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have spent much of the COVID-19 lockdowns at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, which is not too far from the Queen's home on the Sandringham Estate.
However, both Beatrice's sister and mother live in Windsor – Eugenie has been staying at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's base, Frogmore Cottage, while Sarah lives at Royal Lodge Windsor.
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