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King Charles Unveils Vision for Modernized Buckingham Palace

King Charles Unveils Vision for Modernized Buckingham Palace

Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte may soon consider renting a flat in Shoreditch, as part of an evolving royal strategy to modernize the monarchy, an author suggests.

According to royal expert Williams, opening more of the Royal Family's 30 residences to the public could be a lucrative way to generate funds for the Royal collection. She observes that while Queens have traditionally favored palaces, Kings have often used them as symbols of grandeur.

Williams predicts that King Charles’ goal of a more streamlined monarchy might lead to greater public access to these historic buildings, potentially resulting in "minor royals" relocating. This perspective was shared in a recent interview with Hello! magazine.

"These palaces are incredible homes preserved for future generations, but they also generate significant income for the royal collection and are wonderful to visit," Williams explained.

"We know King Charles is advocating for a slimmed-down Royal Family, which could mean minor royals might need to live outside traditional palaces. Currently, he doesn't reside in Buckingham Palace, opting instead to renovate and use it primarily as an office."

She added, "It will be interesting to see Prince William's approach, especially if his children are still at home. Perhaps in the future, we'll see Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis sharing a flat in Shoreditch."

Presently, King Charles and Queen Camilla reside at Clarence House in London, with Windsor Castle as their official country residence. Prince William and Kate Middleton, along with their children George, 10, Charlotte, 9, and Louis, 6, live at Kensington Palace.

Other royals, such as the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke and Duchess of Kent, and Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, also reside in the palace's Royal apartments.

Several royal residences, including Kensington Palace and Windsor Castle, are accessible to the public. Buckingham Palace also opens its doors partially for tours.

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