The £2million mansion where Prince Charles and Camilla (then Parker-Bowles) conducted their affair in the early Nineties is up for sale. *Shudders*.
How do we know this? Well it says so in the bloomin' blurb alongside the property listing. Awkward.
The seven-bedroomed house has been described as Grade II listed (fine), Georgian (fine) and having "played host to the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall" (so not fine).
A spokeswoman for estate agents Knight Frank - who are advertising the property - told the Daily Mail, "It really is a wonderful house with a fascinating history." Eeek! You don't say?
Glyn Celyn House, at Llanfilo near Powys, is the very place where Charles and Camilla escaped to enjoy long weekends together away from their partners and we're not exactly sure who on earth would want to purchase this piece of, er, history.
Would you want to buy?