The Royal Family has many extravagant houses and castles to their name, but new reports suggest that when Prince Charles becomes king he will make some changes to their large property portfolio.
The overhaul of the Royal estate is said to include Buckingham Palace being more accessible to the public, Balmoral being turned into a museum about the Queen, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge moving into Windsor Castle.
According to The Mail on Sunday, it was once thought that Prince Harry would eventually take over Charles’ Clarence House residence.
However, after the Prince left the UK for a life in California, it is likely to be saved for Prince George, Princess Charlotte or Prince Louis.
According to the publication the outdated décor of Clarence House is a turn-off for the younger members of the Royal Family.
A source said: “No one is terribly fond of Clarence House because it’s still seen very much as the Queen Mother’s place.”
Clarence House, which stands beside St James’ Palace, was built between 1825 and 1827.
It was the London home of The Queen Mother from 1953 until 2002 and was also the home of Queen Elizabeth and The Duke of…