Throughout the years, Clarence House has had many alterations, reflecting the changes in occupancy over nearly two centuries.
Many of the rooms have also stayed the same as when the Queen lived there, containing the same art and antiques.
Kathryn Jones, Senior Curator of Decorative Arts for Royal Collection Trust, told Google Arts and Culture: “Today it still honours the taste of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother—in the Morning Room in particular, I think—where you can see her Chelsea porcelain and her painting collections.”
In a recent video call to celebrate World Book Day, Camilla sat in front of a grand fireplace, providing an insight for fans into her luxurious home.
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