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The Duchess of York shared a surprising feature in a recent YouTube post. During the video she makes “Three Little Pigs Cupcakes” in a room with a large blossom tree.

The tree has pink blossoms with a variety of mugs and trinkets hanging from its branches.

The room is located in the conservatory where the Duchess sits in front of a bay window which wraps around the entire space.

There is a second blossom plant visible as well as a rattan chair with a red and floral cushion.

Another wooden chair and two stuffed toys are at the other side of the room.

The Duchess also has two hand painted barrels decorated with Japanese designs.

On top of one of the barrels, there is a large pink spotted teacup with peacock feathers inside.

The Duchess lives at the Royal Lodge in Windsor with her ex-husband, Prince Andrew.

During her time there and through her YouTube channel, the Duchess has given sneak peeks inside the royal residence.

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One cushion was blue with the Duchess’ name embroidered on it.

The Duchess also had a large arrangement of cream and pink roses in a glass vase in the living room.

The Duke and Duchess of York have another living room which is more formal.

For the Duke’s birthday, he posed for a photo in the formal living room.

It has large sash windows, high ceilings and hardwood flooring along with a patterned rug.

The Duke and Duchess of York have lived at the Royal Lodge in Windsor since the Queen Mother’s death in 2002.

Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie now live in their own residences with their partners but are known to visit the Royal Lodge.

Princess Beatrice recently held her wedding reception at the Royal Lodge after she married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in July.

The Duchess launched her YouTube series, Storytime with Fergie and Friends, in April.

Along with a number of authors, the Duchess reads stories to children from her home during lockdown.


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