The snap features the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall arm-in-arm, staring lovingly into each others' eyes, while Bowles holds a small bouquet of flowers.
The heir apparent and his wife are pictured standing amongst flowers at the Highgrove Royal Gardens, a patch of organic grounds that were developed by the Prince of Wales over 38 years ago. When envisioning this natural landscape, Prince Charles aimed to develop an "important haven for a rich variety of flora and fauna...developed to not only please the eye, but sit in succinct harmony with nature."
The impressive gardens sit behind Highgrove House—the private residence of the royal couple—which is located in Gloucestershire, England. For any interested in viewing the Prince of Wales's artistic creation, the gardens are open to visit from April to October each year.
While the couple is enjoying the warmer season at Highgrove, they have also been treating us to some views inside their official residence, Clarence House. Just last year, Bowles gave us a glimpse into their pastel green living room, as well as their elegant home library.
Happy spring to the royal couple!
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