You can’t sneak anything with royal fans. Every time a royal posts a photograph of them or an event they attended, royal fans carefully go through it,; Pixel by pixel, finding all kinds of things. They especially love when royals share photos of their homes and offices. It gives them a closer look in the private lives of royals. Most recently fans were treated to another photograph just like that. Prince Charles welcomed the Iraqi prime minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi to his home, Clarence House on Thursday. A photograph from the meeting was posted in which fans noticed that Prince Charles has a sweet portrait on display in the Morning Room at his London residence.
The photo is from his eldest son Prince William’s wedding day to Kate Middleton in April 2011, which can be seen in a black frame on a wooden console table behind the prime minister.
The official photograph was taken in the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace after the wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey, which features the bride and groom in the centre, surrounded by their young bridesmaids and pageboys, as well as their closest family members.
Next to the newly-minted Duchess of Cambridge are her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, and her two siblings Pippa and James. On the other side, next to the Prince are his grandparents, the Queen and Prince Philip, with the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Harry standing behind them.
Next year the Cambridge couple will be celebrating a decade of their marriage, having celebrated their ninth earlier this year in April. A lot has changed during these nine years; From becoming full-time royals to becoming the proud parents to three wonderful children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Other things that the fans noticed on display in Prince Charles home were an array of ornaments, such as, among other things, two china cockerels, an ornate golden clock, a wide collection of plates and crystal candelabra.
The room still holds some items from Prince Charles’ grandmother, the Queen Mother’s personal items, such as her collection of Royal Anchor Chelsea porcelain, paintings, and portraits.
Mr. al-Kadhimi is an ex-journalist who served as head of the Iraqi National Intelligence Service from 2016 to May 2020, when he was given the task of forming a government. This came just in time, as the approval of a new government ended months of deadlock as Iraq battled an economic crisis and the global health pandemic.