Thanks for the ask!
I’m going to answer for a new WIP I have coming soon ;)
Commoners: Depending on which class of commoner you are, your life could be relatively decent or absolutely terrible. Serfs and servants have it the worst, as they work for little to no pay and their living conditions are questionable. Members of the middle and upper classes of commoners have it relatively easy; these are the merchants, skilled workers, and artisans. Serfs perform menial tasks. At the palace, their job may be to simply announce someones presence, serve wine, or other dishes. Legally, the serfs are allowed to be treated as their lord/lady desires, which often leads to punishments that are painful. Life is not easy for them whatsoever, but not all lords and ladies are cruel.
Nobles: Most of the time, members of the nobility will live at the royal residence. However, these are often favorites of the monarch only. They enjoy beautiful estates that are bought or even gifted, vast lands, profit from their crop growth, and expensive foods, jewelry, and clothing. Disgraced nobles may not have all of these privileges. Reasons for their becoming disgraced mainly correspond with some sort of scandal. The monarch is legally allowed to strip any and all nobles of their titles, lands, and servants as punishment for disobedience of the Crown. Security of one’s family is never guaranteed.
Royals: The life of the Royal Family is the best in the land. They own a share in all industries in the nation. The Crown has possession over all the palaces in the land, which are managed by servants overseen by the local lord. At the main palace, the main location of the royal court, the members of the Royal Family get the greatest apartments and treatment. The goal is to make sure that the monarch is pleased so that you don’t lose your head. They have someone for almost everything. Siblings of the monarch are able to enjoy themselves a bit more, as they don’t have the factor of being deposed to be afraid of. The monarch is the most revered person in the kingdom, seen as a gift from the God Heliosavreth.