WATCH: Jane Seymour's Former 'Royal' Castle

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Jane Seymour is in England helping ET cover every angle of the Royal Wedding and she gives viewers a taste of her own royal-style living at her glamorous former country home!
During her tour, the actress showcases the home's grand dining room and says some of the greatest times in her life were spent sitting around the table in this room. She also reveals that the mansion's paneled library was used by Radiohead to record their album OK Computer and that The Cure also recorded two of their albums there.
Jane purchased the lavish St Catherine's Court -- which dates to the 1500s -- in 1984 after working on a film at the home near Bath, England. She completed extensive renovations during her stay but sold the property in 2007. Jane says she'll always consider the mansion her "family home," especially since her parents' ashes reside on the property.    
Watch the video to learn more about this luxurious home and to see the room where Jane said a ghost was repeatedly spotted!