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Inside Clarence House, Prince Charles and Camilla’s London Home

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From House Beautiful

For nearly two centuries, Clarence House has been home to senior members of the British royal family. Nowadays, the house is known as the London home of Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, but the residence has a fascinating history of its own, and has undergone many a reinvention over the years.

Here, what you should know about Clarence House.

It was built between 1825 and 1827.

The residence was designed by John Nash next to St. James’s Palace as a home for King George III’s son—then Prince William Henry, Duke of Clarence, soon to be King William IV—in the 19th century. The three-story stuccoed mansion was luxurious, to be sure, but far less resplendent than Nash’s work on Buckingham Palace.

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Clarence House has been home to several royals and their families.

King William IV

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Peek Inside Anmer Hall, Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Country Home

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Photo credit: Handout

From Good Housekeeping

When Prince William and Kate Middleton were married, Queen Elizabeth gave them a particularly nice gift: a property on the royal family’s Sandringham estate in Norfolk. Ever since, they’ve been enjoying Anmer Hall, both as a permanent residence at times and as a country retreat.

But lately, it’s been serving a very particular purpose: hosting Will, Kate, and their three children during the coronavirus outbreak, and serving as a background for the couple’s many Zoom calls (more on that below).

Here, everything you need to know about Anmer Hall.

The Home’s History

The 10-bedroom Georgian manor was originally constructed in 1802, and features a swimming pool and a tennis court on the property.

William and Harry visited the property in their childhood, as Prince Charles’s friend Hugh Van Custem Sr. resided with his family in Anmer Hall for 10 years. William has remained

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