Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Prince William, and the other members of the royal family have given royal fans a chance to see what’s inside their homes.

Hello! magazine recently compiled photos of the royal family that were taken inside the Clarence House, the Buckingham Palace and the Kensington Palace.

In July 2018, the entire British royal family posed for a photograph inside the Clarence House following Prince Louis’ christening. In the picture, Prince William and Kate Middleton are sitting in the middle beside Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Prince Louis is being carried by Middleton in the snap.

Behind the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince Charles, Michael and Carole Middleton, Pippa Middleton, James Matthews, and James Middleton.

Photographer Matt Holyoak was the one who took the royal family’s photo at that time. He said that it was a huge honor to have been chosen to take the photos at Prince Louis’ christening last year.

In 2016, Prince William and Middleton showed off their living room at Kensington Palace during former president Barack Obama and Michelle Obama’s visit. Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace is adorned in mostly cream and beige hues. It also has a red wooden rocking horse that Prince George was photographed in.

Meanwhile, Her Majesty regularly shares a closeup look at the White Drawing Room, the Music Room, the 1844 Room, and the Regency Room inside Buckingham Palace. These are the usual venues in which the monarch records her Christmas messages.

Most recently, Her Majesty sat in the White Drawing Room in Buckingham Palace when she addressed the entire country during her Christmas message. Behind the Queen was an adorable black and white photograph of herself carrying Prince Charles. With them in the photo was Prince Philip.

Something else captured the attention of critics at that time. Behind the monarch was a golden piano that was rumored to cost a huge sum of money.

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Queen Elizabeth II's Christmas broadcasts are recorded in the different rooms at the Buckingham Palace. Pictured: The Queen is pictured after recording her Christmas Day broadcast to the Commonwealth, in the Blue Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace in central London, on December 12, 2013. Getty Images/John Stillwell/AFP