Those expecting the future king's new base in Wales to be a posh, luxuriously furnished hideaway may be surprised by newly-released pictures of the refurbished farmhouse on the 192-acre Llwynywermod estate. Since Prince Charles bought the property it has undergone extensive renovations; the result, however, is more cosy country cottage than royal palace.
Set to be rented out to visitors as a self-catering holiday home while Charles and the Duchess Of Cornwall aren't in residence, the three-bedroom property - which the couple are currently using while on their annual summer visit to Wales - has been furnished in an understated style.
That doesn't mean the royal pair haven't put their stamp on it, though. Charles, who bought the property for £1.2 million two years ago, has made sure the building's interior reflects its location by opting for traditional locally produced hangings on the walls. And his interest in environmental issues means a carbon-friendly heating system has also been installed.
Camilla's contribution, meanwhile, comes in the property's classic colour scheme of pale blue, whites and terracotta.
There is a hint of the owners' royal status, though. Above the stone fireplace in the dining hall hangs the three-plume crest of the Prince of Wales carved in Welsh slate. While the airy dining hall complete with spectacular vaulted ceiling and gothic lights has a certain Camelot-style grandeur.