Princess Diana’s brother Charles Spencer shares a snap of his towering 24feet tall Christmas tree at the saloon of Althorp House
- Charles Spencer, 55, shared a snap of this Christmas tree in Althorp House
- Althorp, in Northamptonshire, has been the family home of Princess Diana
- The festively decorated tree has pride of place near a remarkable fireplace
Earl Spencer has shared a snap of those 24feet tall Christmas tree that is taken pride in place in Althorp House.
Charles, 55, the younger brother of Princess Diana, published the photograph on Twitter yesterday along with a Christmas message for his 11,000 followers.
He wrote:’A very Happy Christmas to all, from @AlthorpHouse – in which the 24-foot shrub dominates the Saloon…’
Deck the halls! ) Earl Spencer has shared a snap of this 24feet tall Christmas tree that has taken pride of place in Althorp House, pictured
Feeling joyous: Earl Spencer resides on the sprawling 13,000-property along with his third wife, Karen, pictured together at Royal Ascot at 2015, along with their daughter Lady Charlotte
Earl Spencer inherited the family chair in Northamptonshire about the passing of his dad in 1992.
He resides about the sprawling 13,000-property along with his third wife, Karen, and their daughter Lady Charlotte.
Earl Spencer has four kids with his first wife, Lady Kitty Spencer, Lady Eliza Spencer, Lady Amelia Spencer, Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp, and 2 children with his second wife, Edmund Spencer and Lady Lara Spencer.
Althorp boasts 500 decades worth of artwork and household relics and will be the last resting place of Princess Diana.
Earl Spencer inherited the family chair in Northamptonshire about the passing of his dad in 1992, pictured. It boasts 500 years worth of artwork and household relics and can be Diana’s final resting place
Charles Spencer published the photograph on Twitter yesterday along with a Christmas message for his own 11,000 followers, seen previously
Earl Spencer has said that the 20,000 yearly visitors to the Real Estate can be broken into two different groups – those that are considering taking a look at the home, and many others that have come to pay their respects to his husband.
The aristocrat made headlines earlier this year after he revealed he’s very likely to stick to the custom of male primogeniture, a habit where names, in addition to stately houses, are inherited by the eldest son.
This means Althorp will probably be passed on to play student Viscount Louis Spencer, 25, instead of to some of the three older brothers.