Prince Charles recently shared a rare glimpse of his home office, which features a special tribute to his wife, Camilla Parker Bowles.

This week, the Prince of Wales, 72, virtually attended the United Nations Food Systems Summit Pre-Summit. During the video call, the royal gave us an inside look at the space, which is surrounded by personal mementos. This includes a basket of flowers, along with a special photo from his and Bowles’s wedding day.

The white-framed photo was taken in April 2005, featuring the couple just moments after they blessed their marriage at Windsor Castle. Prince Charles and Bowles had just finished their service of prayer and dedication, which came after their civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall.

The Prince of Wales wore a velvet jacket, pinstripe pants and a cream-colored vest. On the other hand, Bowles donned a coordinating dress by Robinson Valentine and accessorized with a feather hat. She later changed into a blue-and-gold chiffon dress, which she paired with a matching floor-length coat (though it’s not pictured).

During the summit, Prince Charles broke his silence about the importance of sustainability. “I speak to you today as someone who, over the past thirty-five years, has been a long-standing and practicing advocate of developing a more sustainable approach to land use and food production,” he said. “I need not stress how urgent it is that we achieve profound and rapid change in this sector. The way our food system operates affects our environment and our health every day of our lives, but also the fragile health of our planet.”

If only our home office looked as neat as Prince Charles’s…

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