Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles are giving royal fans a glimpse into their lives as pet parents.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall just shared a handful of new photos of their rescue pups on Instagram to promote a cause that's close to Bowles’s heart.

“Bluebell and Beth, The Duchess of Cornwall’s rescue dogs, are proud to show off their Wear Blue for Rescue bandanas as they support @battersea’s new campaign,” the caption read. “The rescue movement celebrates all the wonderful pets that just need a second chance.”

According to the post, Bowles rescued Bluebell and Beth from Battersea’s Dog & Cat Home, which has helped more than three million animals find new homes since it was founded in 1860. The 74-year-old has also been a patron of the organization since 2017.

The first three shots show the two pups in the couple’s yard, modeling their new blue bandanas. The final image features the dogs with their owners, who are sitting on the porch and smiling for the camera.

While the snaps of the pups sporting their new accessories appear to be new, the shot featuring the duke and duchess is actually a throwback. The image was first shared back in April to mark the couple’s 15th wedding anniversary. It’s also worth noting that the photo was taken shortly after Prince Charles returned home from battling COVID-19. After testing positive and exhibiting what were referred to as “mild symptoms,” Prince Charles remained in self-isolation for a week.

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