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The Duke of York's lodgings comprised the suite known as "the Prince's Lodgings." It is a great set of rooms, an entire wing of Whitehall Palace, compromising bedrooms, drawing rooms, kitchens and other spaces, including rooms for the Earl of Mulgrave, the Earl of Bath and of course the Duchess of York and the Ladies and Royal Princesses Mary and Anne. It edged on the Volary Garden just like the King's Apartment and has use of the Privy Stairs.
Visitors are guided into a small waiting room, where a statue of the lady Mary looks down upon all that enter. Upon indication of the recipient of the visit one is then guided to the right room.