Harry and William live 5,000 miles apart but still have very similar gardens

Prince Harry lives 5,000 miles from his brother Prince William, but their gardens are remarkably alike.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have a permanent residence at Kensington Palace, but Hello magazine says they have spent a lot of the coronavirus pandemic at their countryside retreat in Norfolk.

Their three-storey Anmer Hall on the Queen's Sandringham Estate has plenty of outdoor space for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to enjoy.

Their spacious grounds were revealed in a home video to mark the couple's 10th wedding anniversary.

In the garden, the family have a wooden play park and small playhouse which was revealed when the Duchess was promoting her "Hold Still" book campaign.

Hello magazine says: "We have also seen Prince George playing on a wooden swing believed to have been bought by Prince Charles as a wedding present for the Duke and Duchess.

"The acres of land, rustic wooden swing, fun playpark and playhouse are all features that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have, too, over in their mansion in Santa Barbara. "

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved into their Montecito home in July 2020 and the public have seen small glimpses of it in video calls and a handful of images which they have released.

Photographs from former listings of the home in Real Estate documents show that within the five acres of land is a "generously sized play park" which Archie is thought to use regularly.

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To celebrate his second birthday, a sepia-toned photograph was published of Archie clutching a display of birthday balloons revealing "endless lush gardens."

At Christmas time, a family Christmas card showed him playing in his playhouse which is believed to have come with the LA mansion.

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A recent a clip of Archie playing in the garden was shown in the preview for Prince Harry's new mental health docu-series on Apple+ TV

Scenes in 'The Me You Can't See' reveal Archie and Prince Harry each playing on a wooden swing in their back garden.

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