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Windsor is accepting some visitors.
Ok, so royal fans haven't exactly been invited over for tea at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Frogmore Cottage, but they did get a taste of royal life this week when Frogmore House and Garden opened to the public on Tuesday as party of a three-day annual charity event for the National Garden Scheme. The event ends on Thursday with the last visitors admitted at 4 p.m.
With ticket profits supporting a different charity each day, visitors are welcomed into the property's gardens, set on 35 acres of land within the Home Park, with the option for a garden tour or picnic on the grounds. Frogmore House, where the new royal parents famously celebrated their wedding in May 2018, is also open with a "limited number of timed tickets" available to purchase once inside the garden, according to the National Garden Scheme.