Revealed the purpose of the secret rooms at Buckingham Palace

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Buckingham Palace, which is the London residence of British Queen Elizabeth II, has a number of secret rooms, writes The Sun on June 26.

According to the publication, the palace has a private cinema, an indoor pool, its own post office and even a room with an ATM.

There is also a medical office in the residence, run by Timothy Evans, the royal’s personal physician.

And in the southeast part of the palace lurks the chapel opened in 1844 by Queen Victoria. It was moved to the residence after it was raided by German aircraft in 1940.

In addition, the White Living Room has a secret door disguised as a mirror. It is used by Elizabeth II to get to her apartment in the shortest possible way.

In the autumn of 2019, it became known that the Queen had ordered the bar, which worked at Buckingham Palace, to be closed because of the love of the staff to spend time there.

In total, Buckingham Palace has 775 rooms, 52 bedrooms and 78 bathrooms. The Queen’s staff consists of 188 people.