Duke and Duchess of Cambridge give fans a new look inside their Anmer Hall home
Decorative plates, plants and a picture of Prince George are on view in a previously unseen corner of the royals' country pile
Like many, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have spent more time at home than ever in the past year, completing many of their royal duties via Zoom.
The majority of their video conferences are set up with a very neutral, decor-free background, but that was not the case for their most recent virtual engagement.
A video call arranged by Hospice UK was filmed from a previously unseen part of their Anmer Hall home, where the family have been isolating during the UK lockdown.
Very traditional decor choices can be clearly seen in the background of the video. There are decorative plates on the wall, a photograph of Prince George, a large metal-framed mirror and a number of plants, including an orchid.
The couple sat on a cream sofa with floral decorative cushions in shades of black and white. A small framed painting is visible on the grey wall behind them.
The call with frontline workers was released on Saturday, January 16. In the video, the couple discuss bereavement and the charity's Just 'B' initiative, which "provides a listening ear for those coping with the loss of colleagues, loved ones, and people they care for".
Watch an extract from the conversation here:
The family has given plenty of glimpses at the exterior of their Norfolk home, including their annual Christmas card image, which showed Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, sat with their children on bales of hay in front of stacked firewood at Anmer Hall.
Earlier in the year, the couple and their three children, Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, 2, clapped for carers outside their front door as part of the BBC's Big Night In in April.
The family of five stood in front of a large, old wooden doorway with decorative brickwork and two well-groomed bushes framing the entrance.
The Norfolk manor is the royal family's country home, however their official residence is London's Kensington Palace.
In 2016, photos from inside their Kensington Palace apartment were shared when then-President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama visited the family. Prince George, who was 2 at the time, was also in the photographs.
One photo shows the royal toddler sat on a rocking horse by the window, talking to his mother, while Prince William spoke to President Obama and Michelle Obama talked to Prince Harry.
A second photo showed off more of the royal decor, with a large fabric ottoman, grand piano and an ornate side table all visible. More contemporary window seats can also be seen in the background of the photo of Prince William speaking to President Obama.
Updated: February 8, 2021 02:44 PM