The Duke of Cornwall is said to have demonstrated his growing influence within the royal family by spending even more time at Queen’s Norfolk estate. Sandringham, which has hosted many Cabinet Christmases, has been seen as a special place for the Royal Family.
It was bought by Queen Victoria in 1862 and was even the place where George VI died.
However, according to MailOnline, the Prince of Wales has now established himself as the steward of Sandringham.
The Queen also appears to have taken a step back after it was revealed the 96-year-old monarch, who has struggled with mobility issues in recent months, prefers to spend her time at the nearby Wood Farm.
Despite the change, MailOnline claimed Charles remained respectful and aware that Sandringham was his mother’s home.
A royal source said there had been ‘real zeal applied’ to the Norfolk estate, with Charles ‘at the forefront’ of plans.
A separate source added: “The Prince is very respectful that this is his mother’s private residence and largely the Queen’s home.”
However, the source also claimed the Duke was “excited about the plans”.
Even the Sandringham Gardens, which are being renovated, indicate a connection to Charles.
The estate’s restaurant has also had a makeover since the menu now favors local and seasonal products.
A source said: ‘Wherever you look at Sandringham now, it’s a lot about Charles’ ethics.
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