Princess Beatrice, who is celebrating her 33rd birthday today, doesn't live in just any old house.
She and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, who got married in July 2020, reportedly live in the luxurious St James's Palace in London.
In April 2020, the Queen's granddaughter filmed a video message which offers a glimpse of life living inside a palace.
Royal fans could a room with plain white walls with a large gilt-framed portrait hanging behind her and a rounded wooden chair.
On a separate occasion Princess Beatrice, alongside her sister Princess Eugenie and mother Sarah, Duchess of York, sat in another room with burnt orange walls, featuring a large fireplace.
Other Royal Family members also live in St James's Palace, including Prince Charles, The Princess Royal and Princess Alexandra.
Princess Beatrice used to live at the property with her sister until she moved out.
Princess Eugenie moved out and into Ivy Cottage, which sits within the grounds of Kensington Palace ahead of her marriage to Jack Brooksbank.
During the first lockdown the pair moved in with her parents Prince Andrew and Sarah at Royal Lodge in Windsor.
They now they have moved into Frogmore Cottage in Windsor with their newborn baby August.
Frogmore Cottage is Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's former residence, and is a modest but beautiful property with five bedrooms.
So why does Princess Beatrice live in a palace, but her sister doesn't?
There is no royal rule that dictates which royals can live inside a palace, and which can't.
Therefore it must be a personal choice why Princess Beatrice has decided to stay in the grand palace, while her sister decided to move out and into a seperate home.
But as well as personal preference, it is likely Eugenie and Jack wanted to raise their son in a more secluded location.
And now that Princess Beatrice and Edoardo are nearing the arrival of their first child, they are reportedly doing the same.
They have reportedly just exchanged on a £3million property near Blenheim Palace, just months before her due date.
According to the MailOnline, the Queen's granddaughter and her husband are looking to leave London.
It is believed their new luxurious property comes complete with a party barn, tennis court and swimming pool.
Princess Eugenie’s husband pictured with glamorous female pals on yacht
If Beatrice does leave London, she won't be the first member of the Royal Family to move to the countryside.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent most of lockdown in Anmer Hall in Norfolk, which isn't too far away from the Queen's home in Sandringham.
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