Prince Charles is one proud papa. The Prince of Wales and his deep appreciation of art will be spotlighted in a new exhibit entitled Prince & Patron, which opens this weekend through September 30. The exhibit itself is displayed in specific Buckingham Palace rooms—including Prince Charles’ very own private suite, which means fans and guests get to see even more never-before-seen royal family photos inside the home.
People got an exclusive tour inside the exhibition, and the walls and tabletops are covered with beautiful works of art and framed family photos (over 100 to be exact). The preview on social media reveals Prince Charles’ affection for his children and his grandchildren, including one sweet photo from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Windsor wedding.
The pic shows the couple emerging from St. George’s Chapel with Harry elegantly leading the way and holding his wife’s hand. The two beam underneath the gorgeous hanging floral arch designed by London-based florist Philippa Craddock.
Prince Charles also framed another sentimental father-son moment from when Harry piloted him on an Apache helicopter for the first time. Finally, eagle-eyed observers noticed a new, never-before-seen image of the Duke holding baby Prince George in his arms as he stands beside other son William.
Prince Charles isn’t the only royal to have a sweet tribute to Harry and Meghan inside the palace. Queen Elizabeth II also has a framed picture of the couple in one of the study rooms of Buckingham Palace as well. Starting July 21, nineteen state rooms will be open to the public—and who knows? Maybe there will be more sweet family pictures scattered throughout various parts of the residence.
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