Shows the 'secret' rooms at Buckingham Palace

Shows the 'secret' rooms at Buckingham Palace

Final touch: A Royal Collection Trust staff member makes sure the entrance to the room is dust-free. Photo: Jonathan Brady/Penn Pictures/NTB

What it looks like in the room behind the balcony at Buckingham Palace has been a well-kept secret from the public – until now.

Celebrants, grooms and other members of the royal family are forever immortalised as they wave from the Palace balcony at the royal residence in London.

But where the royals go when they leave the balcony and the crowd, the public has so far only speculated.

But now spectators are being invited into part of the palace's east wing, which until now had been a “restricted area” for anyone other than members of the royal family and staff.

“The most famous curtain in the world,” says royal correspondent Robert Hardman of the curtains that separate the balcony from the room beyond, called the Central Room.

Newly renovated

The wing has been renovated for five years.

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The BBC reported that guests will see the same view as the royal family when they take their seats, without the crowds in front. They are also not allowed to go out onto the balcony, as per custom. BBC Surprisingly tight.

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Also the height of the fence is less than waist height, so it is not safe in terms of safety.

The 175-year-old pavilion has undergone renovation over the past five years and has a distinct Chinese and Oriental character.


The renovation will cost five billion Norwegian kroner. Visitors will have to pay around 1,000 Norwegian kroner to take a tour. Interest is so high, according to the BBC, that it has sold out for this year.

Occasion: King Charles and large parts of the family on the palace balcony during Trooping the Colour in June. Photograph: Holly Adams/Reuters/NTB

Tours begin next week, but the castle has invited British media to take photos before the doors open.

The move is part of a plan to make the royal residences in Great Britain more accessible to the public.

He writes: “The furniture is not locked, and there is no ‘Do Not Touch’ sign in the room.” BBC.

Flashback to when King Charles and Queen Camilla stepped out onto the balcony last May, the newly crowned royal couple:

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