The late Queen's youngest child has renewed the lease on his royal residence for a further 150 years, so where does Prince Edward live?

Bagshot Park is not open to the public, because it's a family home, though glimpses of the royal residence can be seen from the surrounding area. From the road outside, the entrance drive and lodge are visible, while the main house can also be seen from nearby.

Unlike titles such as the Duke of Cambridge, the Duchess of Cornwall and more held by those in the royal line of succession(opens in new tab), Prince Edward's title as the Earl of Wessex offers little insight as to where he lives.

Prince Edward lives at Bagshot Park, in Surrey, where he has lived with his family since he got married more than 20 years ago.

Like most royal couples, the Earl and Countess of Wessex have kept the interior of their home fairly private. However, in 2015 the Countess conducted an interview and photoshoot with Harper's Bazaar(opens in new tab) in her home.

Bagshot Park belongs to the Crown Estate, which is owned by the reigning monarch. This means that property of the Crown Estate is passed down from one sovereign to the next.

Recently, Prince Edward extended the lease on Bagshot Park from the Crown Estate for a further 150 years, which reportedly would have cost £5million.