• Kensington Palace is a royal residence in London
  • Famous royals have lived there over the years
  • THESE members of the Royal Family live there now

Kensington Palace is one of the largest and oldest residences of the Royal Family. It was acquired by King William III in 1689.

However, it seems this palace is not much appreciated by members of the Royal Family, since many choose, if they can, to live elsewhere!

The palace was the vacation residence of King William III and Queen Mary. Later, it would be the home of the young Queen Victoria and eventually the home of the princesses Margaret and Diana.

Kensington Palace today: William, Kate, and beyond

Kensington Palace does not host the highest-ranking royals, but three cousins of Queen Elizabeth II. For this reason, approximately 50 people live there. Here's who...

Round Pond. Kensington Gardens. London, England 2016.

Prince William, Kate and their children: Technically their official London home is Kensington Palace, specifically Apartment 1A, though they have moved to Windsor and currently reside there.

The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester: Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester, and Duchess Birgette have lived at the palace, within Old Stables, since 2019.

Also interesting:

The Duke and Duchess of Kent: The Duke of Kent lives with his wife Katharine in Wren House on the palace estate. The Duchess gave up her royal status in 2002.

The Prince of Kent: The Duke's brother Michael of Kent and his wife live in Apartment 10 inside the palace. His sister, Princess Alexandra, lives in Richmond Park.

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank: The couple, along with their son August, reside in the Ivy cottage when they are not living in Portugal.

See pictures and more in the video above!