Buckingham Palace

I went to Buckingham Palace yesterday morning for a press conference to announce our joint Charles I exhibition next year in the unusually grand surroundings of the South Drawing Room, allowing me to walk through the arch of the Aston Webb façade, which is how Buckingham Palace is familiarly known, through to the inner courtyard and what is its real façade, designed by John Nash in the grandest and most expensive French neo-classical manner, together with elaborate porte-cochère, and an iron and glass veranda which is apparently Edwardian (no photography allowed)

This is Aston Webb:-

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