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Pippa Middleton swapped her swanky £17million five-floor mansion for quite country life

NewsPippa Middleton swapped her swanky £17million five-floor mansion for quite country life

Pippa Middleton lived in a swanky pad based in London before following in her sister Kate’s footsteps by moving to the countryside.

Pippa and her husband, James Matthews, previously lived in a stunning six-bedroom house in Chelsea.

The home was spread over five floors and was reportedly worth a staggering £17 million.

Despite their link to the Royal Family, the couple – who share three children – largely live a private life.

As well as six bedrooms, the beautiful home even has its own gym, a room for staff and an underground cinema.

In 2016, two years before their wedding, Pippa moved into James’s home.

Just a year later, the couple began £1.2 million of renovations.

Due to the extent of the renovations, the couple were forced to move out – before they settled back in in 2018.

Changes to the home included adding a separate male and female bathroom dressing room, which was linked to the main bedroom, as well as a nursery.

In preparation for the summer months, the home also includes air conditioning throughout.

In 2020, Pippa gave fans a glimpse inside the home via the Instagram page for Mary Hare School.

As ambassador for the school, Pippa smiled as she stood in a festive jumper next to her Christmas tree.

But in 2022, Pippa and her family moved into a £15 million home in Berkshire, close to where the Prince and Princess of Wales live now.

Residing in the countryside, the family’s new home boasts a walled garden, as well as a few greenhouses.

The Middletons also live nearby – around a 20-minute drive away from Pippa and her family, meaning her parents are close to both of their daughters.

James has also lived in some stunning homes – including an exclusive London-based space which, by 2017, was worth £40 million.

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