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Royal residences: A guide to all the British monarchy's homes from Balmoral Castle to Buckingham Palace and beyond

By Megan Riedlinger of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 20: We here at Wonderwall.com love to follow the royal family's every move, and it seems that they're always on the go! But after duty calls, they all head home -- to some of the most incredible and history-rich places you've ever seen. We're running down the royal residences, so keep reading to see where King Charles III, Prince William and Princess Kate, Prince Andrew, Princess Anne, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan, Prince Edward and the rest of Britain's most famous family live, starting with this historic property... It's believed that King Charles III has inherited Queen Elizabeth II's privately owned summer home nestled on 50,000 acres in the Scottish Highlands: Balmoral Castle, where she died in September 2022. The gorgeous piece of real estate in Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, was originally purchased in 1852 by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. The grounds were traditionally open to the public from April to July each year before Elizabeth arrived to spend her summers there.Keep reading for more royal residences...

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We here at Wonderwall.com love to follow the royal family's every move, and it seems that they're always on the go! But after duty calls, they all head home -- to some of the most incredible and history-rich places you've ever seen. We're running down the royal residences, so keep reading to see where King Charles III, Prince William and Princess Kate, Prince Andrew, Princess Anne, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan, Prince Edward and the rest of Britain's most famous family live, starting with this historic property... It's believed that King Charles III has inherited Queen Elizabeth II's privately owned summer home nestled on 50,000 acres in the Scottish Highlands: Balmoral Castle, where she died in September 2022. The gorgeous piece of real estate in Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, was originally purchased in 1852 by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. The grounds were traditionally open to the public from April to July each year before Elizabeth arrived to spend her summers there.

Keep reading for more royal residences...

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