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Hampton Court bore witness to the very public dramas and the private lives of Henry VIII, his wives and children, in the world of the Tudor Court.
St James' Palace is the most senior royal palace in London. Built by Henry VIII, St James' was where King Charles III was proclaimed King.
Osborne House was bought by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1840 as a secret hideaway on the Isle of Wight. Here they created a private home away from court life.
Previously known as Nottingham House, Kensington Palace was renovated by William III and has now been a royal home for over 300 years. It was fondly named 'the aunt heap' by Edward VIII as a result of the number of royal relatives who resided there.