Clarence House is a property on The Mall in London which has been the home to many members of the Royal Family. Originally built in 1825, the Grade I listed building has been updated over the years to reflect who lived in it. Although the royal residence is open to members of the public during August each year, most parts of the house are kept under wraps. The royals have often opened their doors to guests and royal photographers have been able to snap glimpses from inside the property.
What does it look like inside?
When Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, hosted a reception for The Elephant Family Animal Ball, snaps gave a look into a grand reception room.
The snaps revealed paisley print wallpaper with a gold border around the middle and wooden panelling below.
The room was decorated with a number of large paintings in gold frames, white and gold doors and there were candles on the wall.
Another snap of Camilla meeting Chris Evans, royal enthusiasts caught a glimpse inside the property’s Morning Room.
This had white walls and a beige carpet with a brown and blue patterned rug on the floor.
The room had a circular wooden table in the corner which was decorated with a collection of family photos.
There were paintings on the wall and royal blue china pots next to the white doors.
Another snap showed a large room with a mint green and orange rug spanning the length of the floor.
Glass cabinets could be spotted in the background which had white china plates on display.