There's a lot of love for the Queen in Newcastle and across the North East as the monarch's Platinum Jubilee is celebrated this weekend.
Her Majesty spends the vast majority of her time down south taking up residence in Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.
Those homes aren't too shabby, but what they don't have is swarms of Geordies around and a Greggs at every corner.
There's a lot to love about life in the North East, and the Queen would no doubt take to living up in this neck of the woods.
Just in case Queen Elizabeth is thinking of moving house, NewcastleWorld looks at five mansions on the North East property market that she might like to call home.
1. Ashbourne, Jesmond Dene Road
Ashbourne in Jesmond Dene has a hidden price and has been on the market for over a year. (Image: Rightmove)
2. A glamorous interior
The house was first constructed for the Lord Mayor of Newcastle in 1934, so is used to powerful residents. (Image: Rightmove)
3. With furnishings like this, you can’t imagine the Queen would let the great grandkids run wild though. (Image: Rightmove)
With furnishings like this, you can’t imagine the Queen would let the great grandkids run wild though. (Image: Rightmove)
4. Views of nature
A huge appeal of the mansion is its location in Jesmond Dene. No doubt Her Majesty would enjoy a cup of tea looking out over the views. (Image: Rightmove)