Frogmore House is a 17th-century English country house owned by the Crown Estate. The house is situated within the Frogmore Estate, which is itself located within the grounds of the Home Park, Windsor, Berkshire. Half a mile south of Windsor Castle, Frogmore was let to a number of tenants until the late 18th century, when it was used intermittently as a residence for several members of the royal family. The house is currently uninhabited, but it is used by the royal family to host both private and official events. It is a Grade I listed building.

26 thoughts on “Frogmore House (Berkshire) 06.06.17

  1. Now is not a visitor house anymore that's Harry and Meghan live the queen give it to them as a gift also the queen give them another apartment in KP the queen love Harry and Meghan beautiful place for Archie to grow up well done god save the queen.

  2. The place is a dump and a graveyard. Don't kid yourself. By offering 'the kids' this place, H.M. is sending a message. The Queen is officially tired of the Harry and Schmegma show, and wants them both to simmer down. Patsy is worse than Diana ever was.

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