Princess Elizabeth, The Little House
Princess Elizabeth was also the proud owner of a miniature to-scale house which was a gift to her from the people of Wales, called Y Bwthyn Bach – The Little House in Welsh. It featured a roof that was re-thatched every few years, proper wiring and plumbing, tiny oil paintings, and a little oak dresser filled with custom child-sized glass and china-wear. The windows were fitted with blue chintz curtains, the book shelves were stocked with the complete set of Beatrix Potter, and the kitchen was kitted out with miniature packs of flour and Epsom salts. The princess and her sister kept the house clean themselves, and even put the furniture under tiny dust sheets and wrapped the silverware in newspaper when they were going away.
Princess Beatrice has called it "the most glamorous Wendy House ever", and it has been fully maintained over the years, with each generation of royal children in turn playing within its walls.