James Middleton Posts Rare Peek at His & Kate’s Childhood Home

James Middleton is giving his followers a rare glimpse into the childhood home he shared with his sisters Kate and Pippa.

The three siblings, along with their parents, Carole and Michael, all resided at Bucklebury Manor in Berkshire back in the day. The estate is also the location where James and his fiancée, Alizee Theeenet, are currently self-isolating. Last week, the Duchess of Cambridge’s younger brother shared a video giving fans a rare peek inside the home’s beautiful garden.

In the clip, we see two of his fur babies, including his latest addition, an adorable pooch named Nala, running in the outdoor space. “Running into the weekend like… #puppiesofinstagram #dogsofinstagram #dog #boopmynose #ellaco," he captioned the post on Instagram.

From the looks of the property, the pups have plenty of land, grass, brush and trees to play around in. And did you see those perfectly trimmed hedges? Someone get us the number of the groundskeeper.

This isn’t the first time we’ve had a look at the estate. Last month, the 33-year-old showed off his bee collection (consisting of over half a million bees in eight hives) that he keeps in a meadow at the family home.

One month prior, Middleton inadvertently gave us a look at the garden’s patio when filming a video of himself shaving his facial hair. In the footage, we saw a grey outdoor dining table, the brick walls of the estate, and, of course, more foliage.

While sister Kate no longer resides at the family home, she does bring her hubby, Prince William, and their three kids over to visit sometimes during holidays (when they’re not busy attending royal duties for the queen).

Is it too much to ask for James’s next video to be shot from inside the home?