James Middleton and wife Alizée's first marital home is a country retreat – inside

The couple previously lived in London

Kate Middleton's brother James Middleton has recently wed Alizée Thevenet in the Côte d’Azur, which means that when the newlyweds return to the UK, their new house will become their first marital home together.

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The couple, who met by chance in South Kensington in 2018, previously shared a house in London and spent a lot of time at James' parents Carole and Michael Middleton's Berkshire home following the pandemic. However, James and Alizée ditched the city in favour of the countryside earlier this year. 

"We are counting down the days until we get the keys to our new home and can be reunited with our belongings, which have been in storage for almost a year now," the 33-year-old wrote in The Telegraph ahead of their move.

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"We are country people and love going out for long walks, but one of the key reasons we wanted to live in the countryside was our six dogs."

See the glimpses James has shared several inside his new rural home, former London property and his parents' house in Bucklebury…


The couple moved to their new home earlier this year

Sharing a snap of himself, Alizée and one of their pet dogs outside the red brick exterior, he wrote: "I think buying a house is up there with one of the most stressful experiences in my life.

"It’s been a hectic few months moving in to our new home & we couldn’t be happier. We are settling into our life in the country & the dogs their new home #housemove #lifeinthecountry #dogsofinstagram #dogs."

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James Middleton's living room


In keeping with the rustic property, the couple's open plan living room features a chunky wooden dining table, beams on the ceiling and a cast iron fireplace with a brick surround where their dogs posed for a photo.

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Back in 2017, James posted a photo of one of his dogs as a puppy in the living room of his former home. He inadvertently showed that the room had olive green walls and wooden floors, as well as a traditional fireplace with green and cream tiles. There was wooden panelling along various areas of the walls, as well as a vintage oak piano.

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It had a large open fireplace with a black stone back, and traditional logs. It was framed with a cream leather ledge and black railing to protect his dogs.

James Middleton's dining room


James is the proud owner of one golden retriever and five black spaniels, and he treats them to a la carte dinners at home. In March, he shared a photo of them sat around his wooden dining table, and revealed that the room was decorated with cream walls and a large mirror hanging in a wooden frame on the wall. His reflection also shared a peek at his staircase, which seemed to have black steps and a matching bannister.

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James Middleton's swimming pool

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James shared several photos of his dogs and Alizee enjoying the outdoor swimming pool which is believed to be at Carole and Michael's home. It's built with white tiles and framed with tall bushes for privacy.

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A different photo of another of his dogs jumping into the pool showed that there is also a white bench at one side of the pool.

James Middleton's garden


A photo of one of his dogs unveiled the garden at his parents' home, which has a big lawn and plants growing up the exterior of the house.

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