London, Sept 20 (ANI): Prince Charles and wife Camilla are turning wedding planners and "loaning out" their country retreat of Highgrove House to wannabe brides and grooms.
And included in the package will be the royal couple's shared "expertise".
Like Charles and Camilla did at their Windsor wedding four years ago, couples will be encouraged to "keep it simple", say reports.
As per rumours, the first pair to enjoy a "Charles and Camilla wedding" are TV babe Jenni Falconer and her actor fiancé James Midgley, reports The Daily Star.
A royal source said: "Obviously with it being their house they would want control of the event. But they also recognise what a great opportunity it would be to showcase their home.
"Highgrove is an absolutely fantastic building and would make a wonderful venue for a wedding and reception."
The nine-bedroom country house on a 37-acre estate near Tetbury, Gloucestershire, was bought for Charles in 1980.
A source said: "Charles is hugely proud of Highgrove. It's a wonderful property and he has spent thousands of pounds on the gardens and grounds. I'm sure by holding weddings there Charles would take great pleasure being the host.
"And he could use them to promote the Duchy Originals organic products he's involved with." (ANI)