It’s been claimed that King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla may move from Clarence House and into Buckingham Palace permanently after its refurbishment is completed. This major move for the monarch would suggest a change in attitude, as both Charles and Camilla were reported to have been against living in what the King calls “the big house” in the past.
Sources suggest King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla will move permanently into Buckingham Palace
The move to make the Palace their main residence won’t be until at least 2027, after a costly renovation plan.
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While Buckingham Palace is the official residence of Great Britain’s monarch, it’s understood that they can choose to make somewhere else their actual home.
The late Queen Elizabeth decided to settle in Windsor Castle permanently during the last months of her life, as an example.
For King Charles and Camilla, Clarence House has always been where they feel home when in London – with Highgrove another favorite residence of theirs.
However, new reports suggest that the King and Queen Consort might make a move into Buckingham Palace after a huge renovation is finished.