We went in late October when we were still having many restrictions. It was superb timing as very few others were visiting. Social distancing and time to look and read things were far better than an...
Although not a huge attraction. The history and delightful rooms are well worth the more than reasonable admission fee. As members we got in for free, but both my husband and I agreed the £17 fee for ...
We walked through Kensington Gardens before reaching Kensington Palace, the official residence of Prince William & Kate Middleton, also once home to Queen Victoria, Princess Margaret & Princess Diana....
In a way this was a good time for us to revisit Kensington Palace as there were hardly any visitors due to covid and at the end of the tour it was sad to see that donations to keep things going were b...
An absolutely wonderful morning going through the Palace and rooms. So steeped in history, like where Queen Victoria held her first Privy Council upon being named Queen. The lack of visitors was dis...
__The Kensington Palace - this is the place where Queen Victoria learnt that she will be the queen of England, but for me this is the place where I have learnt to let go and go far away from the love that I thought I had..
London Travel | Diana Princess's former residence Kensington Palace
Kensington Palace is a royal palace in the Chelsea district. It has been one of the residences of the British royal family since the 17th century. It is the former residence of Princess Diana and the residence of the Prince William. The palace contains Queen Victoria's baptized rooms and royal court costumes from 1760 to the present, including Queen Mary's wedding dresses, Queen Elizabeth II's homewear and gowns, and many exquisite accessories.
Although Princess Diana has left us, she has not been forgotten by her nationals who loved it. Today, there are still many people offering flowers. Kensington Palace also created a pavilion dedicated to the life story of Princess Diana and her high-quality dress style.
What was constructed for the Earl of Nottingham in the seventeenth century wound up home to Diana, Princess of Wales in 1981. Prior ever, Queen Victoria was conceived here. Today it is the low maintenance living arrangement of William and Kate. You can find some brilliant shows in this royal residence that has been home to such a large number of solid and persuasive ladies. Updates finished in March 2012 improve the experience for those not sufficiently fortunate to live on these delightful grounds with new shows that incorporate a portion of Diana's dresses, repaired greenery enclosures, and "Victoria Revealed"; in which you hear the queen' s stories in her own words. Also, new shops and bistros have been incorporated.