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Kate Middleton's younger brother has shared a rare sight of his family home's kitchen as he promoted healthy eating for dog lovers and their pooches.
James Middleton, 33, filmed the video with his black spaniel Ella at the spacious brightly-lit kitchen as he introduced the benefits of apples to his fans on Instagram.
He has been staying with his fiancée Alizee Thevenet in the family house in Bucklebury, West Berkshire, which his parents, Carole and Michael, have lived in since 2012.
Shared on his pet supplies company Ella & Co's social media page, James stands behind a long kitchen table where his furry friend perches.
He pats Ella and says: "Each month I'm going to be celebrating different foods that are both good for you and your human.
"This month, the apple. Apples are really good for both you and your dog.
"And I love sharing the apple...with Ella."
The video shows the Duchess's family kitchen decorated in cream-coloured tiles with simple animal paintings such as a fish, a rooster and a cow.
Above the green quartz-like table top is a set of wooden frame where it sets a tiny table clock and a hen ornament.
On the side it stacks a pile of stainless steel cooking pots and utensils, as well as a set of chopping knives.
While James shares a bite of an apple with Ella, royal fans can see a blue ceramic sugar pot with a narrow neck and a wide opening and a white tea towel hanging on the railing.
Behind James places what it appears to be a massive rustic kettle.
"All varieties of apple that you'd find in the supermarket are good for your dog to eat," he added.
"Apples are high in fibre, which is great for the digestive system and is also good for your weight management."
James replied in the comments as he joked: "'You and your human' dyslexia at its finest!"