ONE ROYAL super-fan has taken her obsession with the Queen to new levels and has dedicated five rooms of her semi detached house in Wembley, North West London to the monarch.
Margaret Tyler’s, 78, obsession with royal memorabilia started over 40 years when she bought a dish with an image of the Queen from a fair.
And since then, the retired bed and breakfast owner has spent thousands of pounds on her hobby.
Ms Tyler also has a room dedicated to Princess Diana, including a carpet from the Grand Lanesborough Hotel on Hyde Park Corner in Central London where the Prince and Princess of Wales hosted a party for their staff in 1995.
She told the Mirror: “Charles and Diana walked on this carpet that’s now in my home, which is a strange feeling.
“One of my friends was working at the hotel when it was being refurbished and bought it for me.
Despite her huge collection, Ms Tyler insists she would notice if something was out of place.
She said: “I can’t bear the wrong cup being in the wrong section.
“They all have their own sections. It takes me a long time to dust every room, though.
“By the time I finish it’s time to start all over again.”
Ms Tyler has met the Queen four times as well as Diana, the Queen Mother, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
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