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House historyof The young royals’ homes

Nick Thorne looks at Anmer Hall, country home of William and Kate, and Frogmore Cottage, that of Harry and Meghan, using The varied record collections of TheGenealogist


Anmer Hall (above left) and Frogmore Cottage (above right)

Set in The Norfolk countryside and now within The Sandringham Estate sits Anmer Hall. Today it is better known as The 10-bedroomed late-Georgian mansion that is The country home to The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. But for more than 290 years it was The residence of a family of wealthy commoners.

Many of us are fascinated not only with researching our ancestors, but also with The history of our house and TheGenealogist’s records make it possible to do both.

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