The interior doors at the Queen Mary in London’s Kensington Palace have been removed after a fire broke out at the property last month.
The Queen Mary was being renovated at the time, but a fire gutted the interior of the building, the Times reported.
The interior was removed to avoid the risk of a fire in the building and the roof of the property was also gutted.
The fire was reported to the fire service on August 25.
It took two days for the repairs to be completed.