I visited Belton and allowed my imagination to run wild while in a country house which has links to my small obsession: Edward & Wallis, my on going paintings of and about Wallis Simpson can be found here.
The photograph on the piano was taken at their wedding, another is of Wallis while she worked with the red cross during the war, signed and with an inscription that I couldn't make out. This was the only very obvious display linking Belton House with Royalty, everything else, other than naming a bedroom 'The Windsor Room' is more subtle, a painting here and there and books about Windsor Castle upon the book shelves.
There was something striking about this bathroom, more so than the bedroom next door. More intimate some how with the thought of a guest getting ready for the day or making preparations for sleep and because of the way the house is designed the bathroom is, rightly so, the most private room and despite its less than feminine colour this felt very much like a room for the use of a female. Of course much of this could be down to the way the bathroom has been subsequently dressed. I'm not sure I want to know really.
You can see more pictures from Belton House and gardens on my Flickr.