PRINCE Charles will open the royal palaces to the public when he is king — giving greater access to the monarch’s official and private homes.
The Prince of Wales hopes to transform royal residences from private spaces to public places.
He wants Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, Balmoral, Sandringham and Clarence House open for longer.
The 72-year-old has started discussions with Camilla, William and Kate and other royals. The Queen, 95, is said to be aware of his plans.
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A royal source told the Sunday Times: “The prince wants to bring people in to connect with the institution.
"He sees them as public places more than private spaces.”
When king, Charles is expected to divide his time between Buckingham Palace, Highgrove, Sandringham and Birk-hall in Scotland