The two currently regularly used British Chapels Royal are located in St. James's Palace in London: the Chapel Royal and the Queen's Chapel. There are additional Chapels Royal in Hampton Court Palace, and at the Chapels of St. John the Evangelist and St. Peter ad Vincula, both in the Tower of London. There are two Chapels Royal in Canada: Her Majesty's Royal Chapel of the Mohawks in Brantford, Ontario (elevated to a Chapel Royal by Edward VII in 1904) and Christ Church Royal Chapel in Deseronto, Ontario (elevated to a Chapel Royal by Elizabeth II in 2004). The two chapels in Canada symbolise the political and military alliance between the British Crown and the Mohawk Peoples.
The Chapel Royal at Dublin Castle in Ireland and the Chapel Royal in Brighton were formerly Chapels Royal.