Prince William and Kate Middleton's luxurious ten-bedroom mansion, Anmer Hall, in Norfolk is not just a dream home.
According to paranormal historian Richard Felix, the mansion is haunted by the ghost of a Catholic priest who was executed for high treason. This is reported by HELLO!.
The royal couple was aware of the haunting before moving in, and they seem to have taken it in stride.
The haunting history
Richard Felix revealed that the ghost is of a Catholic priest who was executed in York but has returned to Anmer Hall for some reason.
"When the Prince and Princess of Wales moved into Anmer Hall, there was a ghost in there of a Catholic priest" Richard Felix stated before he continued:
"He lived there and was hanged, drawn and quartered for high treason. Although he was executed in York, for some reason, he's returned;"
Both Prince William and Kate have reportedly heard his voice and seen his apparition.
The mansion was a wedding gift from the late Queen Elizabeth to the couple in 2011.
Located on the Sandringham Estate, the 18th-century home underwent £1.5 million worth of renovations. It served as the primary residence for the family until 2017, after which they moved to Windsor.
Despite the haunting, the family often spends time at Anmer Hall, especially during school holidays.
They appreciate the peace and tranquility the countryside mansion offers, even if it comes with a spectral resident.