Update: Change To King Charles’ Residence After Trooping The Colour Announced
Following the event of the Trooping the Colours, some repairs will be taking place at one of Charles’ estates. Visitors to Balmoral believed to be Queen Elizabeth II’s favourite royal residence, will no doubt want to pay attention to the most recent tweet on the estate’s official Twitter account. The Queen’s last official photo was at BalmoralIt

Change To King Charles' Residence After Trooping The Colour Announced

Following the event of the Trooping the Colours, some repairs will be taking place at one of Charles’ estates. 

Visitors to Balmoral believed to be Queen Elizabeth II’s favourite royal residence, will no doubt want to pay attention to the most recent tweet on the estate’s official Twitter account. 

The Queen’s last official photo was at Balmoral

It reads: “We will be undertaking path repair works on the south side of Loch Muick on Monday 19th June. The path may be closed at times.”

We will be undertaking path repair works on the south side of Loch Muick on Monday 19th June. The path may be closed at times.

— Balmoral Castle & Estate (@Balmoral_Castle) June 16, 2023

Work has been taking place indoors at Balmoral as well, and a couple of months ago, social media accounts for the estate shared an advertisement for two job roles at the iconic residence: a joiner and a decorator. 

The post read: “Are you a qualified or time-served Joiner or Decorator? Take the next step in your career with a unique opportunity to join the busy works department at Balmoral Estate! 

The interiors of the castle are very traditional

“We are currently searching for applicants with a good all-around knowledge of building, maintenance and other trades. The available positions are full-time, working Monday to Friday and accommodation may be available if required.” 

The monarch’s grand home reopened to visitors on 1 April, allowing members of the public to tour the grounds, gardens and exhibitions at their leisure. 

The late Queen Elizabeth II spent part of her honeymoon on the estate and had many happy summers with her family at the idyllic haven. 

“The Queen called Balmoral her highland paradise and it was because it was somewhere where the Royals could be themselves, away from prying eyes, the public and the media. They would do all the country sports, fishing, shooting, walking, horse riding, pony trekking, picnics,” said former Royal butler Grant Harrold. 

The castle is known for its beautiful grounds and it has served as a peaceful retreat for the monarch and his family for over a century.

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