Where do Queen Elizabeth's children live now?
Yahoo News takes a look at residences occupied by Queen Elizabeth II's children.
With the news that King Charles has evicted Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from Frogmore Cottage, the residences of senior royals have come into focus once again.
It has emerged that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been told to vacate the 19th-century Grade II-listed property by early summer – with Prince Andrew set to be offered the keys instead.
As the King prepares for a potential shake-up of the family's vast property empire, Yahoo News UK takes a look at residences occupied by Queen Elizabeth II's children.
Where does King Charles III live now?
It won't come as a surprise that King Charles has a number of properties to choose from, but he's particularly fond of Clarence House.
He and Camilla, Queen Consort, have lived together in the four-storey Grade I-listed home in central London for 20 years.
While Buckingham Palace is supposed to be Charles' official residence as King, it is undergoing a £369m renovation set for completion in 2027 – and even then, it's thought he's not too keen on it as a home.
When they're not in London, Charles and Camilla like to spend their time in Highgrove House, a Georgian neo-classical house southwest of Tetbury in Gloucestershire, often referred to as a "family residence".
Known as a green-fingered monarch, the King's country home includes a series of interlinked gardens created over the past 40 years, covering 15 acres in total.
The home was purchased by the Duchy of Cornwall in 1980 and Charles was granted a "tenancy for life". As Prince William inherited the Duchy following the Queen's death, it technically makes him the King's landlord.
Camilla also keeps a private residence near Highgrove — Ray Mill House is only a few minutes away. She is understood to still spend time there regularly since becoming Queen and it was the setting for her 75th birthday portraits that were snapped by Kate, who is a keen photographer.
Where has Prince Andrew lived?
The Royal Lodge in Windsor has been Prince Andrew’s official country residence since the lease was passed to him when the Queen Mother died in 2002.
He shares the £30m Grade II-listed property with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, which has 30 rooms, including seven bedrooms.
Prince Andrew and his ex-wife also purchased a ski chalet in Switzerland in 2014, which included seven bedrooms and a heated indoor swimming pool.
However, Andrew sold the property in Verbier for a reported £19m for a unnamed British family.
Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's family home in Windsor is so picturesque that their daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie had their wedding receptions there.
Beatrice is also reported to have renovated the Y Bwthyn Bach miniature cottage which sits on the property and was originally gifted to Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret by the Welsh.
Where does Princess Anne live now?
Princess Anne spends most of her time at her beautiful country property Gatcombe Park in Gloucestershire despite having a residence at St James's Palace in London.
The Grade II-listed manor house is spread across 730-acres of parkland and the property is now run as a farm which includes horses and cattle.
Her late mother Queen Elizabeth II bought the home from prominent Conservative politician R.A. Butler in 1976 and gifted it to Anne when she married her first husband Captain Mark Phillips.
The Princess Royal now lives in the property with her second husband Sir Timothy Laurence. Her daughter Zara and her husband Mike Tindall and their children Mia, Lena and Lucas also live on the sprawling estate.
The property was bought for an estimated £750,000 but it is said to be worth much more these days.
Where does Prince Edward live now?
Prince Edward probably beats his siblings when it comes to the number of rooms in their homes with a rumoured 120 at his property at Bagshot Park in Surrey.
He shares the Grade II-listed building with his wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex, and their James, Viscount Severn and Lady Louise.
The property, set within 51 acres, received the extra rooms after being rebuilt in 1879 and is now worth an estimated £30m.
The family love the property so much that they recently resigned a lease for another 150 years.