Live like a Queen in this royal caravan in London


Here is an opportunity to live like the Queen of England. A caravan designed on the model of the queen's living spaces at Buckingham Palace in London is offered on rent for anybody who can spend an affordable Rs 1,500 per person per night.

The 'Royal caravan' boasts of the ultimate symbols of luxury, including a toilet made of gold, a golden throne, and a royal bed. A video released by Parkdean Resorts, a British company that has built the caravan, had gone viral.

The caravan emulates the Buckingham Palace right from the entrance to the kitchen. There are two bedrooms, a visitors' room, a kitchen, and a balcony, all designed in royal style. The most expensive objects in the royal caravan are the throne and a gold-plated toilet.

In addition, there is a special bed for your pet dog. The British royal family has a tradition of keeping the Corgi breed of dog as pets and the plate to feed the dog is also plated with gold. Moreover, the royal caravan has an aquarium with fish having a golden colour, tables, cupboards, and utensils similar to the one in Buckingham Palace. Velvet, silk, and gold are the materials used to design the interiors of the caravan, which Parkdean claims are a one-of-its-kind in the world.

At present parked at Cayton Bay in Scarborough province in England, the United Kingdom, the caravan was turned into a palace by Parkdean spending around Rs one crore.

A person in the attire of 'Queen Liz' presents the royal caravan in the video. Lookalikes of Prince William and his wife Kate also appear in the visuals. All visitors to Buckingham Palace are received with a drink by the Queen herself. Guests at the caravan too can expect such a royal welcome.

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