|The Georgians, it seems, had a sense of humour.|
A smiling yeoman guard ornaments the fireplace in the
Queen's Guard Chamber.
Note the 'GR' on his livery.
|The fireplace in the Queen's Guard Chamber|
|The Queen's Presence Chamber|
|The Dining Room - set for one - the King!|
|The Privy Chamber - the King would receive petitioners whilst seated|
in one of the chairs to the left of the picture.
|The Drawing Room - set with tables at which guests could play|
|The State Bedchamber -|
The bed is hung with original drapery
|The Gallery - a lovely place to promenade and take exercise on a wet day.|
|The Queen's Private Bedchamber -|
where she sought a little privacy.
|Next door to the Queen's Bedchamber is the room where she|
takes her bath..
If you would like to visit the Georgian Chambers at Hampton Court Palace - just click the links.