Princess Diana's incredible childhood home unveiled: inside Althorp House

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Princess Diana grew up at Althorp House in Northamptonshire until she married the Prince of Wales in 1981. The property, which was previously owned by Princess Diana's father Earl John Spencer,  is now owned by her brother Charles, the 9th Earl Spencer. It has 90 rooms and 550 acres and is also home to some of the finest European furniture and art you'll ever see. Take a look inside…

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Library

Charles recently posted about the library on his Instagram account, calling it his favourite room in the house. It features wooden floors with three large patterned rugs, cream walls with endless shelves of books, and a selection of red armchairs and sofas. There are also several palatial chandeliers.

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