The Prince and Princess of Wales inherited this farmhouse


The Prince and Princess of Wales have inherited a quaint farmhouse aptly located in the southwestern county of Carmarthenshire, Wales.

Named Llwynywermod Estate, the cottage was formally owned by King Charles III, who purchased the property on the outskirts of Myddfai 15 years ago. The lesser-known royal residence was often frequented by the King and his wife, Camilla, Queen Consort. However, it became home to the new Prince and Princess of Wales following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8th.

What was once a former model farm is now one of the world’s best homes (owned by one of the most famous couples), but it is not William and Catherine’s first property in Wales.

Prince and Princess of Wales home in Wales

King Charles III, and Camilla, Queen Consort, pictured outside the Llwynywermod Estate

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The Prince and Princess had already spent three years living in Anglesey, north Wales, when William was stationed in the area as a search and rescue helicopter pilot for the RAF. The report from WalesOnline (opens in new tab)explains that the couple lived in the country between 2010 and 2013; however, since then, they have lived in Kensington Palace in London – and Adelaide Cottage (near Windsor Castle).

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