The Duchess of York resides at Royal Lodge along with her ex-husband Prince Andrew – and her living quarters have been given a winter wonderland makeover for the season!
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In a brand-new video uploaded to the Fergie and Friends YouTube channel, Sarah revealed a giant snowy backdrop, perfectly fitting for the season. She sat in front of a fabric screen affixed to the wall which featured snow-capped Christmas trees and a blizzard of falling snow. The table in front of the royal had also been decorated for the occasion, with mini Christmas tree ornaments and a snow-covered house.
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The book of choice for Sarah this week was Little Red's Christmas Story, a book she penned herself about a red-haired child and her Christmas excitement.
It's not the first festive set-up we've seen inside the walls of Royal Lodge. In 2020, Sarah showed her conservatory all kitted out with a beautiful Christmas tree and sparkling tinsel.
Sarah unveiled a winter backdrop at her home
One of the rooms was also styled up for festivities with a tree wrapped with lights and a bushy garland along the fireplace.
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Sarah enjoys making Royal Lodge super festive
This particular room has been used for filming on several occasions by Sarah, and it is a vintage-style sitting room with floral wallpaper and ornate accessories.
The Duchess hasn't always lived at Royal Lodge though, as when Sarah and Prince Andrew split, she rented out a house nearby.
Kingsbourne is the official name of the grand house, located on the Wentworth Estate near Ascot. The huge mansion with its multiple rooms also had a tennis court and swimming pool on site.
Sarah lived apart from Prince Andrew for a while
Prince Andrew acquired Royal Lodge officially in 2004, two years after the Queen Mother's death as she used to reside there. Then, in 2006, his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson came and joined him at the royal home, and their daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie stayed there until they were adults.
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