Edie Sackville West : Society beauty Edie Sackville-West, 18, descendant of ‘stately home seductress’ Vita Sackville-West brings TikTok followers inside Knole House – joking it’s ‘like living in an episode of Succession’

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The daughter of the 7th Baron Sackville has shown a rare glimpse inside the dwellings of Knole House, the 567-year-old archbishop’s palace in Kent that Henry VIII once owed and used as a hunting ground.

Edie Sackville West, 18, shared a video of her family on TikTok, showing them eating at an extended dining table covered in portraits.

The student, who studies at Vanderbilt University in the United States, is the daughter of Robert Sackville-West, seventh Baron Sackville, keeper of the Knole house, and his wife Margot MacAndrew.

In a clip that has been viewed more than two million times

In a clip that has been viewed more then two million times, Edie films herself at the end of a large dining room table before focusing on her entire family.

All casually dressed in jeans and sweaters, in a scene that parodies the hit TV show Succession, they joke: “Pretend the whole family is together to discuss which portrait will be added next.”

Around the table are dozens  of oil portraits of former occupants of the house, including Henry VII.

Knole, which is owned by the National Trust and with half the rooms rented to the Sackville family, was built in the 15th century in an even older manor house, then owned by the Archbishops of Canterbury.

The house, which sits on 1000 acres of parkland, is one of the largest houses in Britain and has 365 rooms, 52 staircases, 12 gates and seven courtyards.

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Edie Sackville West Quicks and Facts

  • Edie Sackville West, 18, shared a video of her family to TikTok , showing them eating at a dining table covered in portraits of past owners of the home 
  • Student, who studies at Vanderbilt University in the US, lives at Knole House
  • Palace, previously owned by Henry VII and home of Virginia’ Woolf’s love Vita Sackville-West, is one of the largest in the UK  
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