Inside Prince Harry and William's cousin Lady Amelia Windsor's amazing Notting Hill flat full of kooky art and a £9K Aga

HER royal relatives might have mansions they call home but for Lady Amelia Windsor it's a stunning Notting Hill flat.

The 24-year-old model, who's the third cousin of the Prince William and Prince Harry, shares the space with her sister Marina, 27 -and regularly offers a glimpse inside the stylish London pad on Instagram.

Here, Fabulous looks inside the stunning place she calls home.

She may be royalty but her bedroom is as low key and modest as many average women her age.

Amelia, who is 38th in line for the throne, previously shared a snap inside her bedroom which features cream hues and a stunning vintage gold mirror.

Rather than decorating the space with lavish ornaments and expensive furniture like her royal relatives, the model instead has Polaroids of her friends and familyhung around the room, and has decked it out with otherpersonal mementos.

Unlike the Queen, who is the cousin of Amelia's Grandfather, this young royal has to attend to her own meals each day – without the helping hands of multiple in-house chefs.

The retro-style kitchen is decorated with hand painted plates that are scattered across the walls, which she found during a trip to Italy, according to Hello!.

She also has a traditional black AGA oven which she uses to cook – speaking to her love of all things antique.

She previously told House & Garden that her style was a reflection of her affinity for collectables, Saying: "We have things that we've collected over the years and beautiful trinkets alongside treasures which I've found in Portobello and Golbourne markets."

But what's a kitchen to cook up a storm if you don't have a place to enjoy it.

The model, who's been dubbed "Britain’s most beautiful royal", has a super cute outdoor terrace which her and her sister often use for alfresco dining.

While the classic orange tiles and brick exterior might not compare to the sprawling gardens of Anmer Hall where Prince William and Kate Middleton reside,it's still the perfect space to chow down her plate of greens.

The stunning sisters have even dressed the outdoor table with a floral tablecloth and paired a couple of cacti as centrepieces – a modest contrast to some other lavish royal table settings.

As for her favourite spot in the house though, Amelia says its the living room.


In her interview with House & Garden, Lady Amelia Windsor said: "The sitting room is my favourite part of the flat by far. Whenever I'm at home, you'll find me there listening to Radio 4 or 6 music with a cup of coffee."

And it's not hard to see why as the muted cream walls and wooden floors make for the perfect space to relax – orworkout as she's also demonstrated.

Like with other areas of her home, the walls are decorated with a section of abstract paintings and has simple furnishings throughout giving off a retro but chic vibe.


When she wants to escape her London pad, the model will venture back to her family home in Cambridgeshire – where she was self isolating during lockdown.

But she hasn't shied away from sharing a sneak peak of that space either, which features a stunning neutral aesthetic.

Amelia shared a snap taken of a large hanging mirror in the conservatory showing off the exposed white brick detailing and hanging green plants.

Meanwhile Kate Middleton stuns in floral frock as she praises NHS workers at Sandringham & debuts lighter locks.

And you can now live next to Kate Middleton and Prince William as cottages next to their Norfolk pad are up for rent.

Plus we shared how Kate dressed Prince George in a £7.99 Mango polo shirt for his cheeky seventh birthday pictures.

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