Prince Charles’s WFH Setup Contains a Hidden Tribute to Prince George
Prince Charles recently gave us a rare glimpse at his work-from-home setup, which includes a special tribute to his oldest grandson, Prince George (6).
Earlier this week, the Prince of Wales, 71, sat down for a virtual interview with Alan Titchmarsh from Classic FM. After the two-part segment, the royal re-shared a photo on the joint Twitter account he shares with his wife, Camilla Parker Bowles, which offers a never-before-seen look at the prince’s surprisingly cluttered desk. (Quarantine, man.)
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Prince Charles’s set-up is filled with personal touches, like pics of his wife, books and loads of paperwork. There’s also a special homage to Prince George in the upper left-hand corner, which includes a solo portrait that was taken at his sister Princess Charlotte’s christening back in 2015.
The framed photo is located next to what appears to be a child’s painting of a rainbow. Although we don’t know if the picture was a gift from Prince George, it looks like a more skilled version of the art project Kate Middleton documented in honor of Prince Louis’s 2nd birthday.
As for the photo, we wouldn’t be surprised if Prince Charles adds another memory to the collection soon, since Prince George is turning 7 years old in a few short weeks. The Prince of Wales previously hinted that the young royal’s birthday present will include a trip to the Royal Opera House.
“I was completely inspired by it…which is why it’s so important I think for grandparents or other relations to take children at about the age of seven, to experience some form of the arts in performance,” he said.
Proud grandpa alert? Check.