Duchess Catherine and Prince William have been staying at their Norfolk home, Amner Hall throughout lockdown - and now you could live within metres of them!
- Two country homes are currently up for rent next to the couple's Norfolk home.
- They are located just four metres from the tree-lined entrance to the ten-bedroom property, where William and Kate have spent the coronavirus lockdown.
- This follows royal news that Princess Beatrice made this last minute change to her wedding dress.
One of the homes up for rent is a semi-detached two-bedroom cottage, which is available to rent for £725 a month.
The second has three bedrooms and a large garden and is available for £875 a month.
How long have Duchess Catherine and Prince William lived at Amner Hall?
William and Kate were gifted the 18th-century property by the Queen as a wedding present in 2011.
They used it as their main residence while Prince William was working as a pilot for East Anglian Air Ambulance until 2017.
Nowadays, the Cambridges often spend weekends and school holidays at their country estate.
But their primary residence remains as Apartment 1A at Kensington Palace.
The three-storey Norfolk house is located on the Sandringham Estate, near to Sandringham House, where the Queen is known to spend Christmas.
The Georgian manor was originally constructed back in 1802 and features a swimming pool and tennis court.
William and his younger brother, Prince Harry, often visited the hall as children.
Prince Charles's friend Hugh van Cutsem Sr. lived there with his family for ten years - and the Cambridges remain close to the family.
During lockdown, royal fans have been given a rare insight into their country house due to Zoom calls and virtual engagements the couple have undertaken from home.
The Duke and Duchess have spent lockdown at Amner Hall along with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.