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A Brief History of Clarence House, King Charles’s True Home

Posted on AllSides April 18th, 2024
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On November 4, 1949, a little royal named Prince Charles celebrated his first birthday in the nursery of Clarence House, his parents’ central London home. While his mother, Princess Elizabeth, watched over him, he was joined by other aristocratic toddlers, including his cousin Prince Richard, son of the Duke of Gloucester. His cake, tinged with rum, had one big orange candle. Seventy-four years later, he is now King Charles III and has returned to his roots by choosing to live in the five-bedroom Clarence House, although his official residence in...

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