Inside Rose Hanbury’s Home: A Posh Mansion Three Miles Away from Prince William’s Estate

Inside Rose Hanbury’s Home: A Posh Mansion Three Miles Away from Prince William’s Estate

Prince William’s mistress, Rose Hanbury, is rumored to live in an incredible mansion just three miles from the Prince and Princess of Wales’ estate. The Palladio House, built in the 1720s, employed outstanding architects, decorators and designers of that time, and today it still looks great.

Rose Hanbury is rumored to be Prince William’s mistress. Rumors that they were having an affair intensified when Catherine, Princess of Wales, took a break from government duties after elective abdominal surgery.

However, Rose, Marchioness of Cholmondeley, is married to David Cholmondeley, Marquess of Cholmondeley. The couple lives in an unusual house in Houghton, Norfolk, which is located just three miles from Anmer Hall, the home of Prince William and Princess Catherine. One day, Rose and David took a private tour of its exquisite interior and magnificent gardens.

The castle-like house called Houghton Hall is built in the style of a combination of Georgian architecture and English landscaping. The floor of the house is lined with black stone slabs with a diamond pattern, fireplaces, niches, pediments and busts are made by the Flemish sculptor John Michael Risbrak.


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