Peek Inside Kate Middleton's Temporary Office at Sandringham

Chloe Foussianes
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Photo credit: Kensington Palace
Photo credit: Kensington Palace

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Kate Middleton has reportedly set up a temporary office at Sandringham—the main property on the Queen's Norfolk estate, not far from Anmer Hall, her and Prince William's country home—and even though it's only temporary, she's taken the time to give her space a few personal touches.

The Duchess of Cambridge revealed the interior of her new office earlier this week, during a video call with nurses from University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust. In the background of the frame, fans can see a light green couch, decorated with a few throw pillows, a pair of verdant plants, and a table, on which the Duchess has placed a particularly sweet photograph.

The image in the frame positioned behind and to the left of Kate is from May 2019, when the Duchess helped design a garden at the Chelsea Flower Show. The outdoor space was created with children in mind, so naturally she and the Duke brought their three children along—and shared some adorable photos of Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis enjoying themselves in the garden. For her office, Kate picked a shot of herself with Louis. Check it out in all its glory below.

It isn't quite clear how long the Duke and Duchess plan to remain in Norfolk, and use the temporary accommodations at Sandringham, but with the U.K. in a second COVID-19 lockdown, it's likely to be at least several more weeks. Said royal reporter Rebecca English on Twitter, "The Queen is allowing the Duke and Duchess to use Sandringham House as an office and for video calls during the second lockdown."

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