Royals are expected to live a life of luxury, but it’s the finer details inside their homes that eagle-eyed fans find fascinating. We went through the archives to deliver the inside scoop on five British royal residences. Would you take offence? Prince Philip’s one-liners over the years Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s apt art The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have appeared in various videos during lockdown – and incidentally showcased their art collection to the world in the process – but one series of prints got people talking in particular. Meghan and Harry have a trio of pictures inside their US$14 million mansion in Montecito, California, by Barloga Studios, owned by father and son, Dennis and Roy Barloga, and costing a mere US$360 each. The images of nests are believed to be a gift from their friend, neighbour and recent public confidant Oprah Winfrey . They apparently made an appropriate housewarming gift for the royals after their move to the US, where they now have apparently nested for good, after recently finalising their decision to cut ties from the British royal family . 5 ways Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have protected their son Archie Queen Elizabeth II’s secret entrance The Queen has a secret door into the White Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace. The room is used to host small gatherings and the monarch can make her entrance from behind what appears to be a mirror and cabinet. Interview: Daniel Craig on the price of being Bond With so much opulent artwork and furniture, it’s an easy detail to miss if you don’t know it’s there. Prince Philip’s 69 years of royal achievements Princess Anne’s pet-friendly lounge Queen Elizabeth’s daughter Princess Anne recently surprised royal fans with a look inside her Gatcombe Park home in Gloucestershire, England. The monarch bought the property for her in 1976 and she shares it with her husband, Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence. In stark contrast to the queen’s palace, Anne’s home appeared very modest. The image posted to Instagram showed the couple watching TV with a dog bed situated next to it and two cabinets filled with framed photographs, books and figurines. Judging by the rest of their decor, the two are big fans of the seaside. Which British princess was kidnapped for real? Countess Sophie Wessex and Prince Edward’s sentimental pictures The countess provided a look inside her living room when she appeared on camera as part of an event for the British Fashion Council in February. One of the stand-out items was a sweet shot of her daughter Lady Louise Windsor as a bridesmaid at Prince William and Kate Middleton’s 2011 wedding. Viewers could see her posing with her father in his military uniform, and although the other half of the snap wasn’t visible, it’s assumed to feature her mother Sophie. Kate Middleton is just the latest British royal to rock Asprey gems Prince William and Kate Middleton’s floral theme During the former US President Barack Obama’s visit to Kensington Palace, in 2016, White House and royal photographers captured the interior of the couple’s drawing room. Aside from getting to see a young Prince George enjoying the rocking horse Obama gifted him at birth, the public saw for the first time how the room where they hang out and host guests is set up. Why do Diana, Meghan and Kate wear alphabet necklaces? The space, one of 22 rooms inside their home in London , has an apparent floral theme – with flower prints on the furnishings, including a hexagonal ottoman and an abundance of cushions, complemented by beautiful bouquets around the room. Want more stories like this? Sign up here. Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .