Sky News:- A palace is a fitting place for a throne, and there will soon be a gold one at Blenheim Palace.
An 18-karat gold, fully-functioning toilet is to be installed this autumn, and visitors in need of a comfort break will be able to use it.
Made by artist Maurizio Cattelan in 2016, it will be opposite the room in which Winston Churchill was born.
Donald Trump was offered it after being told he could not borrow a fragile Van Gogh to hang in the White House.
Founder of the Blenheim Art Foundation, Edward Spencer-Churchill, said it would be a novelty – even for him.
“Despite being born with a silver spoon in my mouth, I have never had a s***on a golden toilet,” he told The Guardian.
“It will be an installed, working, usable toilet,” he added.