Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex draw back the curtain on previously unseen home

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The interior of the Grade II listed estate at Bagshot Park has remained a mystery for many years, as Prince Edward and Sophie have not spent much time in the media spotlight. However, a recent interview with The Telegraph at their private residence has given the public a new insight into the property.

Royal fans had previously only seen glimpses of the interior when the couple performed engagements via Zoom, revealing only small elements of the background behind them.

The vast mansion, which the couple share with their two children, Lady Louise and James, Viscount Severn, has a staggering 120 rooms.

In one of the images shared by the newspaper, Prince Edward and Sophie can be seen posing with their two dogs, Mole and Teal.

The couple are pictured standing by a great window which overlooks their lawns.

Prince Edward holds Mole, the small conquer spaniel in his arms, while his wife places her hand gently on the back of their much larger black labrador, as it stands awkwardly on an armchair facing his canine brethren.

Aside from the armchair, the room is furnished with an ornate wooden side table holding a vase of white orchids and some pots and has beige curtains.

Another of the images examines the family’s immaculate conservatory, which houses a variety of plants and a barbeque.

White framed doors in the room show an entrance to their exceptionally well-kept garden.

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In the picture, Prince Edward can be seen seated at the head of a large wooden table which has matching chairs, while Sophie stands at the corner of the table and smiles through the camera.

The enormous property was gifted to the Queen’s reportedly “favourite” son as a wedding present after he married Sophie in 1999.

The private home is located only a short car drive away from Windsor Castle, which has allowed the family to visit the Queen and offer support during her time of need following Prince Philip’s death.

The Countess of Wessex said during the interview: “Proximity certainly helped. Windsor is 15 minutes down the road for us, so it’s not difficult, and of course because the children were interested in ponies and things – it was a natural draw for us to be there.

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“We were very lucky that the children did have so much contact [with Philip].”

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