Prince Charles Shared a Lovely Private Pic of Prince Harry & Meghan Markle's Wedding in New Exhibit


From Cosmopolitan

If you've ever wondered what the inside of Prince Charles' suite in Buckingham Palace looks like (anyone? guys?!), now's your chance to find out. His Royal Highness is sharing an inside look at what's on the walls of his own home in a extra-special Buckingham Palace exhibition that includes tons of private family photos.

And among said private family photos are a) a crazy-cute picture of Prince George as a baby, in his grandpa's arms, and b) a photo from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding!

People reporter Simon Perry hit up the exhibit and shared some photos from it, including the previously unseen one of George which is honestly heart-melting:

He also shared a video to Instagram which will give you a look at Charles' picture from Meghan and Harry's royal wedding, AKA The Day I Voluntarily Woke Up at 4 A.M.

Here's a still if you're too lazy to click play on a video, which honestly, same:

So cute, Prince Charles!

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