This is not Buckingham Palace: where King Charles III and Queen Camilla will live
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Buckingham Palace has been the official residence of British monarchs since 1837.
After the death of Queen Elizabeth, the royal couple continues to live in the residence of Clarence House in London. King Charles and the Queen have no plans to move to Buckingham Palace – Camilla's consort is not in the near future. People writes about this.
One of the reasons may be the massive renovation of Buckingham Palace – in 2016, a ten-year renovation project of the royal residence was announced at a cost 460 million dollars. According to The Sunday Times, the renovations should be completed in 2027.
But even so, King Charles may decide to stay at Clarence House, where he has lived since the early 2000s.
However, Buckingham Palace will remain the place where the King will carry out many of his royal duties. It is here that his weekly audiences will take place and are already taking place. On Tuesday, he appointed a new British Prime Minister, Rishi Sunaka, at the palace.
In addition, the flag of the Royal Standard will fly over both Buckingham Palace and Clarence House when King Charles is in London. It is also known that the king will spend several days a week at Windsor Castle, and leave for Sandringham on weekends.