Prince Andrew has lived in Royal Lodge since 2003, when he reportedly secured a 75-year lease for the house.
He is said to have spent roughly £7.5million restoring the home since then, and it is now rented for £250 a week.
Even though Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, divorced in 1996, the royal couple still reside there.
Royal Lodge, which is previously where the Queen Mother lived during her lifetime, is massive with a whopping 30 rooms. The Queen Mother, along with King George VI, raised Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret in Royal Lodge as young children.
The Windsor property is surrounded by 98 acres of gardens. There are 30 rooms in total, with seven bedrooms distributed throughout the top two floors.
It also contains a saloon and a sizable drawing room known as the “formal room”. The initial conservatory still exists.
On the grounds of the Royal Lodge, there is also a tiny cottage called Y Bwthyn Bach that was given to then-Princess Elizabeth as a young child in 1932 by the people of Wales.
Princess Eugenie, the younger daughter of Andrew and Sarah, married Jack Brooksbank in Windsor Castle and celebrated their reception at Royal Lodge in 2018.
The backdrops of these photographs show Royal Lodge to be a mansion filled with luxury and decadence.
According to initial reports, King Charles III originally wanted his brother to leave the 30-room house as part of measures to slim down the monarchy.
However, the Daily Mail claimed in May that the King would not evict his brother because doing so would cost the Crown Estate more if they had to pay him back to end the 75-year lease early.
If put up for sale on the open market, Royal Lodge is considered to be worth £30million.