After Charles and Diana separated, Charles moved into St. James's Palace nearby, so when William and Harry were away from boarding school for weekends and holidays and they weren't with their mother at Kensington Palace, they stayed with their father at his new property, York House. Then when the Queen Mother died in 2002, Charles moved in to her former home, Clarence House, which is also in St. James's Palace. Although Harry was stationed in assorted army barracks during this time, the four-floor property — containing the quaintly named garden room and morning room — was his official residence and his main base. The home is light and airy and was refurbished by Charles's favourite interior designer, Robert Kime, in a classic, formal style. Walls jostle with paintings and pictures, and all surfaces are covered with antiques, lamps, and framed photos. Furnishings include marble fireplaces, priceless antiques, and — in a concession to cost-cutting — bronze leaf instead of gold leaf.