Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles have renovated Clarence House according to their personal preference based on the recent photos showing their abode.

Clarence House is the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall's home. So, it isn't surprising if they re-arrange things or decorate it according to their liking.

According to Joe Gamp, a journalist for Express, in the photos shared by Buckingham Palace on Tuesday during the Dutch royals' visit, parts of Clarence House have been decorated and furnished. Prince Charles and Camilla have filled their private residence with rare antiques.

The Morning Room, which was previously known as the Breakfast Room, is now adorned by Jingdezhen China, priceless artwork and royal busts. Queen Mary's porcelain chicken can also be seen in the private room.

There were also portraits of Prince Harry, Queen Mother, King George VI, Princess Margaret and the Queen throughout the room. There is also a range of decor that includes the Queen Mother's art collection. It features the 20th-century paintings by John Piper, Graham Sutherland, Augustus John and WS Sickert.

Prince William and Prince Harry used to occupy Clarence House with Prince Charles and Camilla. However, the Duke of Cambridge left in 2011 after marrying Kate Middleton, while Prince Harry moved out the following year. After that, Clarence House became Prince Charles and Camilla's London residence.

According to Gamp, interior designer Robert Kime gave the home a $5.8 million makeover. According to reports, the cost was funded by the taxpayers. However, Prince Charles also spent over $2 million from his own pocket to complete the renovation.

In related news, Queen Elizabeth II's palace is also going through a major refurbishment. In fact, the monarch will be forced to leave her private rooms in 2025 as it will undergo extensive electrical and plumbing work. The renovation started in 2017 and is expected to be completed in 2027. Tony Johnstone-Burt, master of the Queen's household promised that the renovation will be done within budget and schedule.

"We all take the responsibility that comes with using public funds to do all this work on such a national icon like Buckingham Palace extremely seriously indeed, on time, within budget and to the required specification," Johnstone-Burt said.

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Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles' personal touches in Clarence House were revealed in photos. Pictured: Prince Charles and Camilla accompany King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands in viewing of Dutch items from the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace in London on Oct. 23, 2018, during the Dutch King and Queen's two-day state visit. Getty Images/Chris J Ratcliffe