Sarah Ferguson films inside home where Princess Beatrice and Eugenie grew up

Sarah Ferguson films inside home where Princess Beatrice and Eugenie grew up

> Sarah Ferguson home: see where Princess Beatrice and Eugenie grew up on the Royal Lodge in Windsor.

Sarah Ferguson lives at the Royal Lodge in Windsor, where her daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie grew up, and where her ex-husband Prince Andrew also lives. Since Sarah joined YouTube with a series to read stories to children during the coronavirus pandemic, she has shared more inside the home than ever before, and on Sunday she revealed a glimpse at an unseen area of their garden.

Sarah Ferguson films inside home where Princess Beatrice and Eugenie grew up

She sat in an area with what seems to feature a cream mat on the floor and a circular oak table, and is framed with a row of bushes and a black iron gate.

Sarah has filmed much of her series in the conservatory of the home, featuring windows with white frames and shutters, a large oak table and rattan chairs upholstered in white floral fabric. There’s also a charcoal grey drinks cabinet at one side, where Sarah keeps a selection of glasses and drinks, and candles in glass vases on the top.

Sarah Ferguson films inside home where Princess Beatrice and Eugenie grew up

In one of Sarah’s very first YouTube videos, she unveiled a look at the opposite side of the room, showing a black garden trellis with a green climber plant and pink flowers, and a side table with a white tablecloth, a large cream lampshade and a red and green patterned desk lamp with a white shade. A tall white wooden bookshelf holds a collection of teapots and ornaments, and there is another oak table against the wall.

Sarah and Prince Andrew have been isolating at the Royal Lodge in Windsor with their eldest daughter Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank amid the coronavirus pandemic. Princess Beatrice, meanwhile, has been staying at her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi’s family home in Chipping Norton, in the Cotswolds. It is believed that the property, owned by Edo’s mother Nikki Shale, is worth £1.5million, and various videos and photos taken from Zoom calls including Beatrice suggest it follows a muted design scheme. 

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