The princess tweeted a photo of her watching rugby at home, but people were very interested in the decor and furniture inside

When Princess Anne tweeted a picture of herself how Scotland beat England at the weekend, the nation couldn’t help but indulge in their favorite sport

It seemed far more interesting judging the princess’ instagrammable home than talking about rugby

And the rare glimpse of a very ordinary-looking living room with lots of books and ornaments split public opinion everywhere

The 70-year-old set social media on fire when she shared a photo of her at the Six Nations rugby tournament with husband Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence

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The eye-catching photo is believed to have been taken at the Gloucestershire Gatcombe Park Estate, where the horse-loving princess lives with her family

Anne’s daughter Zara and her husband Mike Tindall, their two girls Mia and Lena, live on the estate with their son Peter Philips, his estranged wife Autumn and their children Savanah and Isla

During the Covid pandemic, she made several formal appearances on Zoom for a sneak peek inside her home, but the most recent social media foray offered panoramic views of the princess’s private rooms

Social media fans seemed surprised that their home in Gatcombe Park was “grandma-chic” as the carefully curated picture of Laura Ashley-style rural life featured on the pages of glossy magazines

And the shared response to their living room filled with books and ornaments shows that one person’s crowded space is another person’s cozy home

Although the Royal Family Twitter account comment said, “As the patron of the Scottish team, The Princess Royal often supports the team from the stands”Apparently most of the people were looking at the flower sofa, the dark wooden display cases, and the dog bed next to the TV cabinet

Some were even interested enough to enlarge the books on the crowded coffee table and see titles like The Birds of Britain and Europe and The English Dog at Home

Pictures from the christening of their daughter Zara in 1981 and their young son Peter Phillips led others to comment that it is the perfect “grandma” room for Anne’s grandchildren

It has been described as cozy and cozy by those who seemed surprised at how common it was when they commented on both Instagram and Twitter where the picture of Buckingham Palace was shared

But one generation that grew up with Ms. Hinch and Marie Kondo seemed less than impressed, and one wrote, “Thank you HRH, but please disappoint, that would destroy my OCD”

Another said, “I feel a little claustrophobic just looking at all that stuff in your living room”

While it was most preferred to look through the keyhole of a royal residence, a minority commented on Scotland’s 11-6 win over England

The royal family had experienced hostilities north of the border and Anne was the only member with public appeal in the area, royal experts said

Lydia Starbuck of Royal Central said: “The Queen should want to give her a new title

“However, she was against the Princess of Scotland for fear of portraying the Prince of Wales

“A role that has been described by some as” quasi-regent “and by others as” Queen of Scots “has been weighed”

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