“Step into the Garden Room at Clarence House…” they wrote alongside a slideshow on the official Clarence House account. According to the caption, the room was created by the late Queen Mother. The area, which was named because of its great view of the garden (duh), is currently used for “welcoming official visitors.”
Per the post, the room includes a variety of artwork and instruments, including Prince Charles’s harp. “On closer inspection, visitors will spot the harp’s design incorporates The Prince of Wales feathers and Welsh symbols,” the captioned continued.
While the first photo features a full shot of the Garden Room, the next few show the details of the prince’s harp, including an inscription that reads, “His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales,” and flower details.
The final snap features the Royal Harpist, Alis Huws, who, according to the caption, is a graduate of the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama and was hired to play the instrument for the royal family.
First the Morning Room, now the Garden Room? All we need now is a look at that Lancaster Room.
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