With Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles has several properties. However, the Duchess of Cornwall was keen to keep a private property where she sometimes likes to take refuge.
When things don’t go well with the couple, some of them have separate bedrooms. Others, such as Camilla Parker Bowles, have the option of having a separate house. Clarence House is often referred to as the principal residence of the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles.
However, they have at least three other places to live: Highgrove House, Birkhall and Llwynywermod. There is also Ray Mill House, Camilla’s secret home in Wiltshire, only fifteen minutes from Highgrove House. In 1997, after Diana’s death, it is there that the former mistress of Prince Charles took refuge.
She had bought it the year before, in 1996, shortly after her divorce from Andrew Parker Bowles for £850,000, or nearly a million euros, reveals this Friday, February 5, Hello! Magazine, which makes the tour of the owner and allows, among other things, to admire the magnificent swimming pool located in the garden of this place.
In 2003, when she moved in with Prince Charles at Clarence House, Camilla Parker Bowles wanted to keep this property. These private apartments, separate from those of the royal family, allow her to preserve her family life and to take advantage of it to receive her five grandchildren. Her daughter, Laura Lopes, organized her wedding reception at the manor in 2006. And you can understand why better when you see the advantages of this property.
In Camilla’s room
The terrace overlooks a beautiful green garden. In the living room, large bay windows allow you to admire it and see its impressive size. It can even be seen from one of the stairs. With Camilla Parker Bowles, a private place does not necessarily rhyme with letting go.
Her house is very chic and distinguished. Ray Mill House also has several rooms, one of which is baroque style with a four-poster bed. In Camilla’s one, very wooded, there are several paintings hanging on the wall, but also a beautiful fireplace. When she opens her red curtains, the wife of Prince Charles can admire her immense garden.
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