When Prince Charles became King, he planned to live in a flat above Buckingham Palace.
PRINCE When he becomes king, Charles is anticipated to renovate areas of the royal estate and live in an apartment above Buckingham Palace.
According to reports, the Queen’s Buckingham Palace living quarters will “become a flat above the shop” so that the palace can be open for year-round tourism while Charles is king. Buckingham Palace is the most important of the Royal Family’s residences, and it is open to visitors from April to September.
Members of the public are allowed to look at a limited number of the Palace’s 200 or so guestrooms during that time.
When he becomes king, Prince Charles will be the oldest heir apparent in British history, and he is expected to change the way things are done.
According to reports, Charles may want to live in a restricted area of Buckingham Palace to allow more public access.
According to one insider, Charles’ approach to royal property management will be based on “what value is this delivering to the public?”
When it comes to a reorganization of the royal homes, the royal source provided insight into the Prince of Wales’s mindset.
“The Prince of Wales strongly feels that these properties have to produce something for the public beyond merely being somewhere for members of the Royal Family to live,” the insider told the Daily Mail.
The Cambridges may be relocated to Windsor Castle from their current residence of Kensington Palace as part of the Royal Family’s reorganization.
Prince Charles is said to prefer other Royal Family residences since the Heathrow flight route is continually overhead, making it “extremely noisy.”
Other members of the Royal Family may find themselves “fighting for space in the reshuffle.”
However, insiders close to the Royal Family suggest that members of the Firm are unlikely to be evicted from their houses.
Prince Charles’ preferred house in Gloucestershire, Highgrove, may be preserved by him once he becomes King.
Because the house is owned by the Duchy of Cornwall, this means that Prince Charles, as King, will owe £700,000 per year in rent to his son, Prince William.
When Prince Charles ascended the throne, Prince Harry was the planned beneficiary of Clarence House in London.
According to the royal source, this is “no longer on the cards” because Prince Harry has stood down from his duties as a. “Brinkwire Summary News.”