It's the magnificent mansion that sets the stage for the second season series of Netflix hits The Crown, Young Victoria 2007 and even The Da Vinci Code.

And fans of epochal dramas, who want to take another look at the opulent Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire, should absolutely look at the Instagram account of Emma Rutland, the 11th and present Duchess of Rutland.

The 56-year-old Duchess lives in the stately home together with her husband David Manners, 60, 11th Duke of Rutland and descendant of the Manners dynasty, who succeeded his father, the 10th Duke of Rutland, on January 4, 1999. His fortune was estimated at £ 125m.

Her five children Lady Violet Manners (26), Lady Alice (24) and Lady Eliza (22) grew together with their younger brothers Charles, Marquess of Granby (20) and Lord Hugo in the stately heap of Leicestershire in neo-gothic splendor on manners, 16 ,

Thanks to Emma Rutland, fans of the extravagant castle can take a look at the current Belvoir Castle and the lavish life of the seven-member family.

Emma Rutland, the 11th and current Duchess of Rutland, lives with her husband David Manners, the 11th Duke of Rutland, in the opulent Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire. She celebrates her birthday in a spacious room named after the fifth Duchess of Rutland, Elizabeth

Emma Rutland, the 11th and current Duchess of Rutland, lives with her husband David Manners, the 11th Duke of Rutland, in the opulent Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire. She celebrates her birthday in a spacious room named after the fifth Duchess of Rutland, Elizabeth

Matt Smith and Claire Foy film the second season of The Crown in one of the opulent rooms of Belvoir Castle, which stood for Windsor Castle

Matt Smith and Claire Foy film the second season of The Crown in one of the opulent rooms of Belvoir Castle, which stood for Windsor Castle

The theme of the castle is the classic opulence of the 18th century, when it was first restored. The bedrooms are furnished with four-poster beds, gold-gilt portraits, rich tapestries, fur rugs and fireplaces

The theme of the castle is the classic opulence of the 18th century, when it was first restored. The bedrooms are furnished with four-poster beds, gold-gilt portraits, rich tapestries, fur rugs and fireplaces

A large pebble yard seems to be the current entrance to the large estate. Emma admires the new MG car of her daughter Eliza in a magnificent outdoor shot of the castle of Belvoir

A large pebble yard seems to be the current entrance to the large estate. Emma admires the new MG car of her daughter Eliza in a magnificent outdoor shot of the castle of Belvoir

The theme of the castle is the classic opulence of the 18th century, when it was first restored. The bedrooms are furnished with four-poster beds, gold-gilt portraits, rich tapestries, fur rugs and fireplaces.

The salon is decorated with silk wallpaper, luxurious furniture and centuries-old artwork.

Images of Emma show a true life inspired by Downton Abbey. In the background, maids float as the family celebrates birthdays and special occasions – in their most beautiful robes and songs played on the piano.

And the opulent interior does not stop there: The bathrooms are fitted with marble countertops, make-up tables, elaborate wallpapers and the modern touch of his and her sinks.

In the meantime, dinner parties are held at tables that span an entire hall and are surrounded by fireplaces, candelabra, and giant ancestral portraits.

A large library of oriental rugs, chaise longues and chandeliers is described in a post by Emma as her "favorite place in the afternoon".

And the opulent interior does not stop there: The bathrooms are fitted with marble countertops, make-up tables, elaborate wallpapers and the modern touch of his and her sinks

And the opulent interior does not stop there: The bathrooms are fitted with marble countertops, make-up tables, elaborate wallpapers and the modern touch of his and her sinks

And although a large pebble yard appears to be the present entrance to the great estate, another Duchess's post shows a grubby, secret entrance that used to be the old path to the castle

And although a large pebble yard appears to be the present entrance to the great estate, another Duchess's post shows a grubby, secret entrance that was the former path to the castle

Twenty-two-year-old Eliza Manners and her pug Winston enjoy a sumptuous dinner in the salon with lush red rugs, matching padded tables and chairs, thunderous fireplaces and silk wallpaper

Twenty-two-year-old Eliza Manners and her pug Winston enjoy a sumptuous dinner in the salon with lush red rugs, matching padded tables and chairs, thunderous fireplaces and silk wallpaper

And although a large pebble yard appears to be the present entrance to the great estate, another Duchess's post shows a grubby, secret entrance that was the former path to the castle.

The Duke and Duchess married in 1992, two years after meeting each other at a party, and then brought five children together.

Their marriage collapsed in 2012, however, when it became known that the Duke had an illegal affair with a woman who lived on the 15,000-acre estate.

The current guards at Belvoir Castle have two sons and three daughters – one more glamorous than the other.

In the meantime, dinner parties are held at tables that span an entire hall and are surrounded by fireplaces, candelabra, and giant ancestral portraits

In the meantime, dinner parties are held at tables that span an entire hall and are surrounded by fireplaces, candelabra, and giant ancestral portraits

A large library of oriental rugs, chaise longues and chandeliers is described in a post by Emma as her "favorite place in the afternoon".

A large library of oriental rugs, chaise longues and chandeliers is described in a post by Emma as her "favorite place in the afternoon".

In the high ceilings of the "Kings Room" are huge windows with curtains, large sofas and intricate wallpaper to see. Emma writes next to the post "Can you recognize my favorite tap?"

In the high ceilings of the "Kings Room" are huge windows with curtains, large sofas and intricate wallpaper to see. Emma writes next to the post "Can you recognize my favorite chicken?"

Despite the separation of the parents in 2012, the Manners family remains a close-knit unit, in which the Duke and Duchess simply reorganize their living spaces so that both can stay at Belvoir Castle.

After their relationship ended, the Duke began a new relationship with Brazilian-born Andrea Webb, while Emma lives with estate manager Phil Burtt.

And despite the unusual structure, the family seems to live in harmony on the lavish estate, so the cameras occasionally get a glimpse into their lives.

In 2017, Channel 4's Phil Spencer's Stately Home visited the castle and learned about a secret tablet in the spectacular Elizabeth Saloon of the property – supposedly to store cameos or miniature portraits, but more often to keep notes where secret lovers could find them ,

This bathroom is referred to as Emma's "Favorite Bath" and features paintings, mirrored walls and views of the surrounding countryside

This bathroom is referred to as Emma's "Favorite Bath" and features paintings, mirrored walls and views of the surrounding countryside

Another picture shows the outside of the castle with Emma's friend Matthews Bentley, which has a personalized license plate parked outside

Another picture shows the outside of the castle with Emma's friend Matthews Bentley, which has a personalized license plate parked outside

Meanwhile, the Grade II listed building offers a simpler bathroom with breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside

Meanwhile, the Grade II listed building offers a simpler bathroom with breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside

The magnificent building is often the scene of various magazines or film shots, with the palace containing a number of front pages, including Paper Magazine - for which the three Manners sisters recently posed

The magnificent building is often the scene of various magazines or film shots, with the palace containing a number of front pages, including Paper Magazine – for which the three Manners sisters recently posed

The maintenance of the estate is not an easy task, however, and it was previously known that the Duke of Rutland was forced to send a painting to finance the maintenance.

Earlier, the Duchess of Rutland, the CEO of Belvoir Castle, admitted it had taken a while to get used to their title.

"My background is that I'm a farmer's daughter from Central Wales," she said in 2017.

"I do not think I'm really a Duchess, people are saying" mercy "to me, and I actually think I'm Emma Watkins."

But the Duchess said she was determined to preserve Belvoir's history while protecting her future, and explained how it costs £ 500,000 a year to keep it going.

"If I could give it to my son financially, I really would feel like I ticked it," she said on the show.

A lesser, but homelike area called Emmas' favorite spot on Saturday morning & # 39; described, shows a fireplace and two small armchairs

A lesser, but homelike area called Emmas' favorite spot on Saturday morning & # 39; described, shows a fireplace and two small armchairs

Elma is elsewhere excited to see a portrait of her daughter, Eliza, posing near the wisteria trees in front of the neatly trimmed hedges of the castle

Elma is elsewhere excited to see a portrait of her daughter, Eliza, posing near the wisteria trees in front of the neatly trimmed hedges of the castle

In the picture: Lord Hugo Manners (16), Lady Violet Manners (26), Lady Alice (24) and Lady Eliza (22), Charles, Marquess of Granby (20)

In the picture: Lord Hugo Manners (16), Lady Violet Manners (26), Lady Alice (24) and Lady Eliza (22), Charles, Marquess of Granby (20)

Persil, the family's Barn Owl, can be seen outside the property as she stretches her wings alongside her experienced owner

Persil, the family's Barn Owl, can be seen outside the property as she stretches her wings alongside her experienced owner

The current residents of Belvoir House are no less glamorous than their predecessors – with the Duchess's daughters, Lady Violet, Lady Alice and Lady Eliza, once referred to as "true Crawley sisters" alluding to the Downton Abbey of television.

The castle, which is partially open to visitors and often serves as a location, was destroyed in 1649 by parliamentarians.

But in 1799, Elizabeth Manners, the wife of the Fifth Duke, set about turning it into a fairytale castle for £ 82,000 (equivalent to £ 7,480,000 in 2018), having arrived at boring Belvoir as, a newlywed young woman Years 1799.

At the time, the fifth Duchess and her husband John Henry Manners sold the equivalent of £ 283 million in land and property to transform Belvoir into their neo-gothic dream home where King George IV lived.

A housekeeper cleans the large living room in the spring - and needs a scaffolding to reach the chandelier in the room with the high ceiling

A housekeeper cleans the large living room in the spring – and needs a scaffolding to reach the chandelier in the room with the high ceiling

A view from the Moscar Lodge on the grounds of Belvoir Castle shows rolling hills and classic English landscapes, framed by two deer

A view from the Moscar Lodge on the grounds of Belvoir Castle shows rolling hills and classic English landscapes, framed by two deer

Emma celebrates the birthday of her daughter Alice. Both women wear pink designer shoes and a colorful ensemble as they enjoy their lavish life

Emma celebrates the birthday of her daughter Alice. Both women wear pink designer shoes and a colorful ensemble as they enjoy their lavish life

WHO ARE THE MANNERS-SISTERS?

The current administrators of Belvoir Castle, the 11th Duke and the Duchess of Rutland have three daughters – one more glamorous than the other.

Lady Violet Manners (25) and her sisters Lady Alice (23) and Lady Eliza (21), together with their younger brothers Charles, Marquess of Granby (19) and Lord Hugo, grew up in neo-gothic glamor in the stately crowd of Leicestershire, 15.

Now they are familiar faces on the London scene, regularly appearing on the pages of Society Bible Tatler or Vanity Fair.

Despite the separation of the parents in 2012, the Manners family remains a close-knit unit, in which the Duke and Duchess simply reorganize their living spaces so that both can stay at Belvoir Castle.

Seen from left to right: The Duchess and Duchess of Rutland's daughters Lady Violet Manners (25), Lady Alice Manners (23) and Lady Eliza Manners (21) attending an event in London in July

Seen from left to right: The Duchess and Duchess of Rutland's daughters Lady Violet Manners (25), Lady Alice Manners (23) and Lady Eliza Manners (21) attending an event in London in July

Just like the Fifth Duchess, for whom the youngest of the Manners sisters – who all attended a traditional girls' boarding school, Queen Margaret & # 39; s earning £ 29,000 a year in York -, the glamorous trio loves a party.

Eliza's 18th birthday party brought her and Emma on stage to entertain guests with a performance of Cat Steven's father and son.

Her father, Duke David Manners, was dressed as a ringmaster in a top hat for the circus theme event.

It followed Alice's similarly lavish 18th birthday celebration at the castle, which had an Arab night theme, and saw her two brothers arriving by camel.

Violet, the oldest of the Manners girls at the age of 25, documents her glamorous lifestyle on Instagram as well as her sisters. She leads her own brand strategy consulting

Violet, the oldest of the Manners girls at the age of 25, documents her glamorous lifestyle on Instagram as well as her sisters. She leads her own brand strategy consulting

Lady Alice, 23, who attended Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design, is an experienced rider and style expert

Lady Alice, 23, who attended Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design, is an experienced rider and style expert

The 21-year-old graduate of Newcastle University, Lady Eliza, celebrated her 21st birthday in the summer with a luscious punch on the large family pile

The 21-year-old graduate of Newcastle University, Lady Eliza, celebrated her 21st birthday in the summer with a luscious punch on the large family pile

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