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Prince Charles ‘unlikely to use Windsor Castle’ as King due to Heathrow ‘distraction’

PRINCE Charles is unlikely to follow in the Queen’s footsteps and use Windsor Castle as a base when he becomes King, according to reports.

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The Castle was founded back in the C11th by William the Conqueror and has since been the home to 39 monarchs. It is known to be one of the Queen’s favourite royal residences. Her Majesty spent a large part of lockdown at Windsor and often stays there at weekends as well, work permitting.

Its stunning grounds and collections of art and treasures make it also a very popular tourist attraction.

However, the ancient castle is not held in the same affection by England’s future King.

According to The Times, the Prince of Wales is set to shun Windsor on ascending to the throne, because he finds “being under the Heathrow flight path a distraction”.


PRINCE Charles is unlikely to follow in the Queen’s footsteps (Image: Getty)


The ancient castle is not held in the same affection by England’s future King. (Image: Getty)

A source said: “Charles will still do things at Windsor, but it won’t be his base like it is for the Queen, and he will look to open it up much further.”

It has been reported that the Prince of Wales wants to allow the public greater access to some of the royal palaces.

Under consideration are Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, Balmoral, Sandringham and Clarence House.

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Windsor Castle (Image: Getty)

It is hoped that this will increase revenue from tourism, which in turn will help pay for some of the maintenance costs.

Royal palaces and residences are funded through the Sovereign Grant and cost the tax payer £38.3 million a year.

Currently the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall’s primary residence is Clarence House in London.


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The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall (Image: Getty)

However, they spend time at Birkhall, on the Queen’s Balmoral estate, as well as at Highgrove in Gloucestershire and Sandringham in Norfolk.

Charles also owns a converted farmhouse in Llwynywermod, Wales.

After Prince Philip’s death, he reportedly retreated to his Welsh residence for a period of reflection.

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