Many have wondered what King Charles III and Camilla will do with their mansions now that they have inherited several more estates.

Formerly the Duchess of Cornwall, the new Queen Consort is known for spending a great deal of time at her mansion in Lacock.

It is thought that Ray Mill House, is somewhere she often goes to, to escape the busy world around her as it offers more privacy.

But with her new role comes new responsibilities, and more chances over her being pulled in different directions.

So, does she have plans to give up her sprawling Wiltshire mansion any time soon?

It doesn’t look like it. Earlier this year, interviewed a source who claimed that she will retain her home since it is an “extension of her identity.”

 Interior expert Deepa Mehta-Sagar, the founder of Area Decor LLC in Dubai, spoke about the different properties which belong to the royals.

Deepa said: “The vast open spaces also make this the perfect hideaway and reportedly, this is where the Duchess spends time with her children and grandchildren, away from the public gaze.

“The Duchess has always loved outdoor pursuits and is passionate about gardening. In this, the lush, enormous gardens at Wiltshire, far removed from the hustle-and-bustle of city life, are an ode to her.

“Of the many homes the Duchess lives in, this is probably where she is most herself.

Wiltshire Times: The Queen Consort; photos taken by the Duchess of Cambridge, at Raymill in Wiltshire, for Country Life magazineThe Queen Consort; photos taken by the Duchess of Cambridge, at Raymill in Wiltshire, for Country Life magazine (Image: The Royal Family)

“After all, this is her privately-owned residence and a home where she spent many years before moving in with Prince Charles in 2003.”

The Queen said earlier this year that it is her “sincere wish” for Camilla to be known as Queen Consort when Charles becomes king.

Camilla has had more time recently to prepare for what her future might hold.

Amid the Queen’s mobility issues before her passing., the Prince of Wales and wife Camilla led the nation at a number of high-profile events during the Platinum Jubilee- giving Camilla new types of responsibilities.

Reflecting on how she has found the changing expectations in the documentary filmed at her Wiltshire mansion, Camilla said: “There’s always exciting new prospects, there is always something exciting round the next corner you never know what’s going to happen next.”

But she also admitted to feeling nervous about her new responsibilities.

She said: “I think everyone gets nervous before big events, it’s nature isn’t it?

“I take a deep breath and get on with it.”