You can now take a virtual tour of Prince Charles’ house

Image via Royal Collection Trust
Words by Veronica Stanford

Welcome to my crib.

In celebration of Prince Charles’ 70th birthday, the Royal Family has partnered with Google to offer us commoners a glimpse into Clarence House (aka Charles and Camilla’s digs).

Like a great episode of MTV’s Cribs, Google Arts & Culture has been granted permission to visit Clarence House, capturing the rooms on the lower floor in Street View-style for our pleasure.

Through the virtual tour, guests enter through The Grand Entrance, before exploring The Lancaster Room, The Morning Room, The Library, The Dining Room, The Garden Room and The Horse Corridor. It’s all a pretty fascinating view of how the other half lives.

Unfortunately, there’s no look at the more interesting rooms – like the bathroom or bedroom – but if you look closely, you’ll see portraits of Will and Harry around the place, as well as the Queen herself.

You can start exploring here.

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