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A virtual tour of Prince Charles' London residence gives fans a rare glimpse into royal life

INSIDER Logo By Frank Olito of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 16:    Google Arts & Culture  created a virtual tour for fans to explore Prince Charles' main  residence, Clarence House, in London.   In the tour, you can see that most of the house is decorated to honor the home's longest resident and Charles' grandmother, the Queen Mother.   All around the residence, you can see pictures of the royal family, including Prince Harry and Prince William.    Visit  Insider's homepage for more stories.   While royal life is often guarded by gates, guards, and secret traditions, Google offers fans a rare glimpse into what it's like to be a royal.  In 2018, Google Arts & Culture created a virtual tour of Prince Charles' residence, Clarence House, in London. Viewers can virtually walk through the residence that has been in the Windsor family for over 100 years.   Although the tour is only the ground floor of the house, it's an intimate look at the place that Queen Elizabeth herself once called home.  Keep scrolling to get a closer look at the royal home and to see how Prince Charles honors his royal family throughout his residence.

  • Google Arts & Culture created a virtual tour for fans to explore Prince Charles' main residence, Clarence House, in London.
  • In the tour, you can see that most of the house is decorated to honor the home's longest resident and Charles' grandmother, the Queen Mother.
  • All around the residence, you can see pictures of the royal family, including Prince Harry and Prince William.
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

While royal life is often guarded by gates, guards, and secret traditions, Google offers fans a rare glimpse into what it's like to be a royal.

In 2018, Google Arts & Culture created a virtual tour of Prince Charles' residence, Clarence House, in London. Viewers can virtually walk through the residence that has been in the Windsor family for over 100 years.

Although the tour is only the ground floor of the house, it's an intimate look at the place that Queen Elizabeth herself once called home.

Keep scrolling to get a closer look at the royal home and to see how Prince Charles honors his royal family throughout his residence.

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