Sarah Ferguson home: The Duchess of York has decorated her Royal Lodge home – but the Christmas tree and decor might surprise you
The Duchess of York decorated her Royal Lodge home, which she shares with ex-husband Prince Andrew – and you might be surprised by the rather relatable understated decorations!
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Sarah showed off her festive adornments via her YouTube channel, Fergie and her friends where she reads children’s books. In one video, behind the royal stood an artificial Christmas tree adorned with gold and silver baubles and stars. Additionally, Sarah had tinsel and gold stars draped around the room to brighten up the space.
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Another of the Royal Lodge’s rooms got a seasonal makeover with a smaller artificial tree wrapped in organza ribbon. A garland has been draped over the fireplace and there are reindeer and nutcracker decorations sitting on the hearth.
Sarah Ferguson’s house is ready for Christmas
Earlier in the month, the royal revealed a giant snowy backdrop at her home, perfectly fitting for the season. She sat in front of a wall-mounted fabric screen that featured snowy Christmas trees and a falling snow blizzard. The table in front of the royal had also been decorated for the occasion, with mini Christmas tree ornaments and a snowy house.#
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The royal chose low-key decorations
These relatable festive decorations, which look a lot like the ones we see in homes across the country, are a world away from the decadent grandeur of the Queen‘s which includes a 20ft Christmas tree at Windsor Castle, which is about the same height as the average two-storey house in the UK!
Sarah used a Wonderland backdrop in one of her videos
It has been decorated with hundreds of iridescent glass and mirrored ornaments and it stands proudly in St George’s Hall for the public to admire after it was cut off from Windsor Great Park.
Her Majesty’s Scottish residence, Holyroodhouse, also has a large tree, and the 15ft addition will be on display for visitors to the royal household.
The Queen’s Christmas decorations are another level
The Queen is believed to be planning to welcome members of the Royal Family to Sandringham in Norfolk this year, as she normally would. This year will mark the first Christmas without her beloved husband Prince Philipdied April 9.
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