The kitchen is often described as the heart of the home, and that's no different for royalty. Their grand palaces and impressive homes have the most amazing cooking spaces with plenty of space and luxurious features. From Prince William and Princess Kate's pristine family kitchen at Anmer Hall through to King Charles' mammoth kitchen at Windsor Castle, take a look around...
Prince William and Princess Kate's kitchen
The royal couple shared a wholesome video of Princess Kate with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis in their private kitchen. The family were getting stuck into baking for the Jubilee and the clip revealed their chic cooking space with large stove, white cupboards and wooden worktops.
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Prince Edward and Duchess Sophie's kitchen at Bagshot Park
Prince Edward and Duchess Sophie have given several glimpses inside their royal residence of Bagshot Park - usually during video calls. The mother-of-two sat in a corner of her kitchen for a video call, alongside open shelving with a telephone and selection of vases and ornaments on display. The family appear to have a classic dark navy fitted kitchen, with glass-fronted cabinets behind the Countess showing some of their fine china including an assortment of teapots and teacups and saucers on glass shelving.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's kitchen in Montecito
During their Netflix docuseries, Harry & Meghan, fans caught a glimpse of Archie baking in their jaw-dropping kitchen. Their adorable son was seen cooking with Meghan's niece Ashleigh, and during the clip, their cooking area was shown in all its glory. The duo were hard at work mixing on a wooden side and behind them a marble topped island was clear to see.
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King Charles and Queen Camilla's kitchen at Buckingham Palace
We got a look inside the kitchens at Buckingham Palace when baker Sophie Cabot prepared Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's royal wedding cake in 2018. The huge kitchens have a marble-topped unit where the baker could prepare the ingredients, with a huge array of baking tins hanging on the wall. The space is designed for cooking on a mass scale, with several different ovens and appliances lining the walls and tiled flooring that is easy to keep clean.
King Charles and Queen Camilla's kitchen at Windsor Castle
The King's Windsor Castle kitchen is incredibly spacious, with checkered flooring, white brick walls and double-height ceilings. There are various wooden workstations with stainless steel worktops, with ovens and hobs lining one wall. Copper pans, baking tins and trays hang around the room, while a selection of herbs, spices and condiments are on display on open shelving.
Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's kitchen at Royal Lodge
During a Fergie and Friends episode, Sarah Ferguson showed off the kitchen at Royal Lodge, the home she shares with Prince Andrew. The image showed what is likely the staff kitchen of the property, with industrial-sized stainless-steel appliances including a large stove and a grill positioned on a shelf above it, with space to cater for large events such as royal weddings and other celebrations that have previously taken place at the home.
Princess Marie-Chantal's kitchen in New York
Princess Marie-Chantal told HELLO! the kitchen at her New York home is one of the family's favourite spots to congregate together. The room has luxurious marble worktops, white cabinets and a huge island unit that is adorned with a gold vase filled with flowers.