See Inside Sandringham House — the Queen's Estate Where Harry and Meghan Will Spend Christmas
Meghan Markle will spend Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at Sandringham House, in Norfolk – the Queen’s country home and estate about 110 miles north of London.
The house, set in 60 acres of stunning gardens, is perhaps the most famous stately home in Norfolk and is at the heart of the 20,000-acre Sandringham Estate, a thriving landscape that includes the tidal mudflats of the Wash, woodland and wetland, arable, livestock and fruit farms, and commercial and residential properties.
Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip and their children, Prince Charles, Princess Anne and Prince Andrew relaxing together at Sandringham House in Norfolk, England, in May 1969.
The royal family relaxing in a drawing room at Sandringham House in 1969.
Queen Elizabeth making her first ever Christmas broadcast to the nation from Sandringham House in 1952.
Prince Philip visits a conservation project at the Dersingham Bog Nature Reserve on the royal Sandringham Estate.
Prince William and Kate Middleton's 10-bedroom country home of Anmer Hall on the Sandringham Estate.
Another view of Anmer Hall. William’s mother Diana was born at Park House, which is also on the Sandringham Estate.
One of the two rooms of the Big Game Museum, which displays over 300 animals mostly shot by British monarchs at Sandringham Estate.
A salon in Sandringham House.
A bowling alley in Sandringham House, circa 1910.
The Church of St. Mary Magdalene on Sandringham Estate, where the royal family attends services on Christmas Day. It is also where Princess Charlotte was christened.
The stained glass window at St. Mary Magdalene Church.
Meghan Markle will be seen heading to church with the royal family on Christmas morning and will spend the festivities as a guest of Queen Elizabeth.