Prince William Gives Us a Rare Look into a New Room of His Norfolk Country Home

Usually, it’s Kate Middleton who gives us a sneak peek into her family’s country home in Norfolk. But in a surprising turn of events, Prince William just pulled back the curtain on a room we’ve never seen before.

The Duke of Cambridge recently teamed up with athletes David Beckham, Steph Houghton and Tyrone Mings for the Mentally Healthy Football Declaration, a new part of William’s Heads Up campaign launched in September 2019 to encourage openness about mental health within the sport. It publicly states that mental health is of equal importance to physical health.

The 38-year-old royal recently sat down to chat with the soccer stars and shared a video from their conversations on the official Kensington Royal account.

"This has been a football season unlike any other," William says in the video. "The coronavirus pandemic has affected everyone, and it is clear it will have a big impact on many people's mental health. Football's role in breaking the stigma around mental health has never been more important."

And while we loved seeing our favorite Brits coming together for a good cause, we couldn’t help but take note of the room Prince William was shooting the conversation from. In part of their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall, we get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of what appears to be a living room (or guest room perhaps?).

The short clip doesn’t show too much of the room, however, we still noticed the simple aesthetic, including a dark green wall and a large painting atop what looks to be a fireplace. The wall color is a stark contrast to others we’ve seen in the home. Middleton has been known to opt for neutral colors, such as beige, white and cream, when it comes to her paint color choices.

We're suddenly feeling forest green for new accent wall...