The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge give a rare glimpse inside their country home

Mehera Bonner
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Photo credit: Comic Relief - Getty Images
Photo credit: Comic Relief - Getty Images

From Harper's BAZAAR

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are currently living in their country house, Amner Hall, and just gave everyone a rare glimpse at their lives at home. During a video chat about Just "B" - a counselling and bereavement support line that The Royal Foundation has been working with during the coronavirus pandemic, the royals stressed the importance of the service, which provides a "listening ear" for people coping with loss.

William and Kate filmed this video in what appears to be their living room—where viewers could see their elegant decor (so many plants) and a sweet photo of Prince George smiling in the background, which seems to be the image that was released to the general public for George's birthday in 2019.

It looks like the royals will be staying at Amner Hall for the "foreseeable future" instead of returning to their Kensington Palace apartment. They're currently homeschooling their children, and are "committed to working together to help the country through the next stage of the crisis".

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