Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles Share a Rare Photo of Their Home

We don't exactly get frequent invites to the homes of royal family members, so when we get a peek at one of their regal residences online, it's always an exciting moment.

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles just gave us a reason to celebrate, as the couple offered a rare view inside Clarence House. The residence—which has previously been inhabited by Prince William, Prince Harry and even Queen Elizabeth—is the official abode for the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.

We've gotten glimpses of the historic building in past videos and posts from the royal couple, but it's usually nothing quite like this. In this new slideshow, we're treated to a wide view of the Morning Room, as well as a look at how it has changed over the years. Check it out below.

In the caption, they write: “Did you know the Morning Room in Clarence House was originally designed as the breakfast room and, between 1949 and 1952, was used as The Duke of Edinburgh's study? Swipe to see a photo of the Morning Room from around 1885! Today it’s used by The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall for receptions and official visits.”

They also explain that users can check the Google Arts & Culture site for a 360-degree view of the room, and they challenge followers to try to count all the members of the royal family featured in the space.

Many users loved the rare view just as much as we did. One person commented, “Oh wow, Clarence House is so beautifully decorated, I'd love to visit one day [heart-eye emoji].” Another added, “Oh, I could live here.”

We couldn't agree more.

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