King Charles III will say goodbye to one of his homes in Wales. As reported by The Telegraph, the British monarch will part with the house located in the Brecon Beacons mountain range, in the south of the country, News.ro reports.
This property called Llwynywermod was bought for £1.2 million by the Duchy of Cornwall on behalf of the then Prince of Wales in 2007. The property includes an old barn, farm buildings as well as 192 hectares of land.
If King Charles III assured, according to royal sources quoted by The Telegraph, that he would remain “passionate” about Wales, he decided to give up this house because he was “unlikely” to use it frequently.
According to the same royal sources, the British sovereign has been paying rent for this property since Prince William inherited the title of Duke of Cornwall upon the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September 2022.
Cited by The Guardian, Buckingham Palace said King Charles III notified the Duchy of Cornwall earlier this year that he was giving up the mansion’s lease, which is due to expire this summer.
In the gardens of this house were planted, at the request of Charles III, the six maples that formed an avenue of trees during the wedding of William and Kate in 2011.
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