Princess Anne welcomes you into her home at Gatcombe Park.
On Saturday, Scotland and England met in the Calcutta Cup 2021 — and as Scotland's team patron, the Princess Royal was watching the rugby match and cheering from home. The Royal Family's social media pages shared a picture of Anne and her husband, Sir Timothy Laurence, watching the match, but fans have been most interested in the look at their home's living room.
Inside Princess Anne's home living room at Gatcombe Park
In the picture, Princess Anne and Laurence are seen relaxing on a floral red couch, surrounded by walls of family portraits and photographs; shelves of china, ornaments, and statues; and many books atop several tables in the room.
Among other items, Hello! spotted a picture of Zara Phillips's christening ceremony from 1981 in the background. A copy of The English Dog at Home can also be seen on the coffee table.
Princess Anne and husband Timothy Laurence live in England
"Her Royal Highness and Vice Admiral Sir Tim cheered Scotland on from home today as they played England for the Calcutta Cup, 150 years since their first match," the Royal Family wrote on Instagram with the photo. They'd have come away happy too, because Scotland scored an 11-6 victory over England in the match.
Princess Anne, 70, has been married to the Vice Admiral (her second husband) since 1992. Gatcombe Park is their country home in Gloucestershire, England. Though she paused for a relaxed at-home viewing of the Calcutta Cup, Princess Anne was once again recognized as the "Hardest Working Royal" in 2020, according to stats on royal engagements.