Prince George Treehouse

Your Majesty treehouse!

Highgrove House, April 28th 2010

The little Prince George inherit form his father Prince William and his uncle Prince Harry a treehouse at Highgrove garden. Of course since he’s a Prince and one day he’ll be the King of UK, his treehouse is a very big one. a sort of Villa i the middle of the park.

The treehouse was asked by the Grandfather of Prince George, Prince Charles, for his sons, William and Harry when they were 5 and 3 Years old, to the architect William Bertram.

Holyrood House, Woodland Garden, 17 August 2007

“Mr Bertram asked to interview the boys about what they wanted and William told him: ‘I want it to be as high as possible so I can get away from everyone and I want a rope ladder which I can pull up so no-one can get at me.’
The treehouse – named Hollyrood House after the Queen’s palace in Scotland, but also because it was originally built in a holly bush – was finally installed just in time for William’s seventh birthday in 1989”. Daily Mail

Pics by Daily Mail

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