The royal couple left London via helicopter after their procession through the capital on Wednesday afternoon, but while Charles travelled on to his Highgrove Estate, Camilla reportedly stayed at her own private home, Ray Mill House.
WATCH: Prince Charles and Camilla's home Highgrove House is like a dream
The Queen Consort bought the beautiful Wiltshire residence following her split from her first husband, Andrew Parker Bowles, in 1994. She lived there between 1996 and 2003, and kept it as a country base when required. It even served as the backdrop for her 75th birthday portraits shot by Princess Kate earlier this year. Take a look around the grand home…
With luxurious features including an outdoor swimming pool, stables for her horses, and large gardens with a river, we can see why the Queen Consort's daughter Laura chose to host her wedding reception at the property when she married Harry Lopes in 2006.
The Queen Consort's swimming pool
Outside, there is a large swimming pool lined with concrete walls.
The kitchen has yellow walls with red tiles and blue tiled flooring. The cupboards are white with wooden worktops, and there is a circular wooden dining table in the middle of the room.
Another view of the kitchen before Camilla moved in showed that there is a traditional black AGA at the other side, with a cooker hood connected to the chimney.
Queen Consort Camilla's dining room
The dining room has cream and white baroque print wallpaper and cream carpets. There is another wooden dining table, much like the one in Camilla's kitchen, as well as a matching side unit and a chest of drawers. Two large paintings hang in gold gilded frames, and a large chandelier adds a regal touch.
Camilla's sitting room
The sitting room boasts views across the enormous garden of the property. It has high ceilings with a carved alcove that leads into an enormous bay with floor-to-ceiling windows. Furniture includes two floral armchairs and a matching sofa, and various wooden tables.
Upstairs, there is a concrete roof terrace with black railing overlooking the grounds of the property.
The Queen Consort's entrance hall
The hallway had cream carpets and high ceilings with white plinths and archways. Two chandeliers set the tone for its regal residents, as well as a concrete flower bed at one side.
As guests move from the hall upstairs, they are greeted with a large curved window framed with cream and green curtains. The stairs are lined with a wooden bannister and concrete railing.
The panelled bedroom takes its name from the wooden panels that make up the walls. It has cream carpets and two paintings hanging in bronze frames on the walls. The bed has a cream and white button-back frame.
There are sash windows with wooden frames and red curtains that drape onto the floor, and an oak chest of drawers in the corner.
Another master bedroom in the home has blue and white baroque wallpaper, with white wainscoting. There is a four-poster bed with a pink and white floral bed frame and a peach curtain.
Camilla's snug room
The 'snug room' makes for a cosy living room at Camilla's private home. It has wooden panelling along the walls, and a large fireplace above which hangs a huge painting. There are shelves in one corner displaying various ornaments, and a wooden rocking chair at one side.
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