Keep them close. Queen consort Camila paid tribute to her and her husband King Charles III‘s family — including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – while paying tribute to his late mother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth II.
Buckingham Palace released a new photo of Camilla, 75, surrounded by “some of the 1,000 teddy bears left in honor of Queen Elizabeth” on Saturday, October 15. The gifts will now be donated to Barnard’s children’s charity, the statement said. official press release.
The picture — which features the royal family holding a Paddington Bear toy — was taken in the morning room of Clarence House. Eagle fans have noticed that in addition to stuffed animals, there are there was a group of family portraits on the table behind Camille.
One of the most notable photos was taken at Prince Louis’ christening in 2018. In the shot, Camilla, Charles, 73, Harry, 38, and Meghan, 40, all stood side by side. Prince William and Princess Kate sat down on the couch and posed with their children: Prince George, now 9, Princess Charlotte, now 7, and Louis, now 4.
The subtle nod to the united family came just days after Charles paid tribute to his estranged son and daughter-in-law as he met the British prime minister, Liz Trusson Thursday 13.10.
During the visit to Buckingham Palace, which was shared via Twitter, there were several sentimental family photos in the royal meeting room. One of them was a picture of Harry and Meghan from their royal wedding in 2018.
After Harry and Meghan returned as members of the royal family in 2020, the couple were at odds with the king and the rest of his family. When the Queen died in September aged 96, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex — who were already in England for philanthropic engagements — remained in the UK for the funeral and reunited with their family after visiting together in June for Her Majesty’s Platinum . Jubilee celebration.
Charles’ intention is to heal this family rift, to try and try to work things out, because he knows it will hang over his reign, royal expert Katie Nicholl exclusively narrated Us Weekly on Tuesday, October 11. “There cannot be this discord in the heart of the royal family.”
The family feud will be highlighted again when Charles celebrates his coronation in May 2023. The event, which will take place on Harry and Meghan’s son Archie’s 4th birthday, is still being planned – but the former military pilot and his wife could make an appearance. (The couple also shares a daughter, Lili, 16 months.)
“You’ll see William, you’ll see Catherine, you’ll most likely see their children. You will see Charles and [Queen Consort] Camilla”, a royal expert Myko Clelland exclusively narrated Us in September. “Maybe you can see [Charles’] brothers and sisters, it is somehow possible. You might even see Harry and Meghan.”