Exploring the Estate of Rose Hanbury and David Cholmondeley at Houghton Hall

David Cholmondeley, the 7th Marquess of Cholmondeley, and his wife Lady Sarah Rose Hanbury reside at Houghton Hall in Norfolk, a 106-room estate that was built in the 1720s. The estate is located close to Prince William and Kate Middleton’s residence, and has been a hub of arts and culture for years.

In recent months, due to ongoing rumors about the state of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s marriage as well as Kate’s absence from the public eye for months, Cholmondeley and Hanbury have been the subject of increased attention. However, following Kate’s announcement on March 22 about her cancer diagnosis and subsequent preventive chemotherapy, Houghton Hall has garnered more interest for its art installations and events.

Houghton Hall is open to visitors on specific days and frequently hosts art installations and events throughout the year. The estate’s unique blend of history, art, and culture makes it a must-visit destination for anyone interested in exploring England’s rich cultural heritage.

By Sophia Gonzalez

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