When Princess Diana and King Charles divorced, she received a lump sum of $22.5 million and a $600,000 allowance per year, The New York Times reported. As mentioned previously, she lost the “Her Royal Highness” title, which meant she had to curtsy in front of others with the same status, including King Charles and their two children, Prince William and Prince Harry. However, the divorce didn’t change Princess Diana’s living arrangement. Even after the divorce was finalized, Diana was allowed to stay at Kensington Palace, where she raised her two young sons.

While Charles Spencer doesn’t have quite the royal status his sister had, he and Karen Gordon reside at Althorp House, which is nothing to scoff at. The estate sits on a 13,000-acre lot and boasts 26 bedrooms and a private movie theater. That’s certainly enough space for Gordon and Spencer to live as divorceés while keeping out of each other’s hair, but that’s only if he — and Fiona Shackelton — are generous enough to allow it.

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