The splendour of the Royal Family's Sandringham estate has been captured on camera for the first time after the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh allowed a photographer behind the normally closed doors of their Victorian country house.
Sandringham, Norfolk. Originally built by Edward VII when he was Prince of Wales and designed by A.J. Humbert, it was completed in 1870 and has been home to four generations of British monarchs. Currently, this private country residence provides Queen Elizabeth II a respite from formal court life and responsibilities.
Sandringham House, Norfolk, country home of the British royal family. It was rebuilt on a grand scale by Edward VII in 1870, to designs by architect A.J. Humbert. Additions and alterations made by R.W. Edis in 1883 and 1891.