Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles own Birkhall, their private residence in Scotland.

Express shared snaps of the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall’s Scottish home. In the photo are Prince Charles and Camilla posing outside their 53,000-acre property after they announced their engagement.

The front porch of the house has cream bricks and large wooden beams placed across the top of it. There was also a wooden armchair placed on the porch and the door was painted with a mint green color.

Another photo featured the Queen and Prince Charles in the garden, which gave royal fans a glimpse of how large the cottage is. Its walls are painted white.

Birkhall is located near Queen Elizabeth II’f favorite home, Balmoral Castle. Prince Albert purchased the property alongside Balmoral in 1849 and Prince Charles inherited Birkhall from the Queen Mother upon her death in 2002.

Birkhall was built in 1715 and has been in the possession of the royal family for many years already. The estate is located on the River Muick near Ballater. Prince Charles and Camilla spent their honeymoon at the estate following their wedding in 2005. The couple frequently revisited the house on holidays. Prince William and Kate Middleton also spent their New Year’s Eve there in 2011.

In related news, on Thursday, Camilla visited the newly refurbished facilities at Victor Services Club. The Duchess of Cornwall is the patron-in-Chief of the charity that was founded in 1907 and aimed to promote “esprit de corps” among the retired members of the Armed Forces. At present, it already has 64,000 members.

Camilla arrived at the event sans Prince Charles. However, she looked stunning in her pastel blue shirt dress. The duchess’ dress features a piped detail at the waist and has wide lapels. She paired her get-up with Chanel pumps that has a cream base and a contrasting black toe. 

Many netizens wondered why Prince Charles chose Camilla over Princess Diana when the latter was younger and more beautiful. According to an online user, it’s probably due to their differences because the Prince and Princess of Wales are very different.

Prince Charles, Camilla Prince Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall attend the reopening of Hillsborough Castle on April 09, 2019 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Photo: Getty Images/Chris Jackson