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King Charles Keeps a Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Pic Very Close By at Buckingham Palace

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King Charles has been working diligently as the new British monarch. His Majesty met with Prime Minister Liz Truss at Buckingham Palace earlier this week, during the first of many meetings that will be held to discuss important matters. And it looks like other members of the royal family made a special appearance at the meeting as well. Allow us to explain.

In a short clip posted to Twitter (courtesy of ITV’s Lizzie Robinson), Truss steps into the meeting room and greets the king with a curtsy. But more importantly, numerous pictures of the royal family can be seen around the room—including one particular photo taken on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding day in 2018.

Taken after their wedding ceremony at St. George's Chapel, the photograph was snapped by Alexi Lubomirski at Windsor Castle. The photo features Harry and Markle surrounded by family members, such as Charles, Camilla, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip

Also standing with Markle and Harry are her mother, Doria Ragland, and Prince William. Meanwhile, Kate Middleton is seen sitting down and holding her daughter, Princess Charlotte, in her lap with Prince George next to her.

Charles seems to have taken a page out of his mother’s book when it comes to displaying family photos in his place of work. Last month, Buckingham Palace posted a photo slideshow of the king viewing documents from the famous Red Box

In one picture, the late queen is seen reading papers inside the box while surrounded by a bunch of family pictures. For example, there is one photo that shows the queen standing next to her late husband on her work desk.

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