Queen Consort Camilla Honors Harry, Meghan at Clarence House


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Keep them close. Queen Consort CamillaDedicated subtle tributes to her and her husband King Charles III’s family — including Prince Harry Meghan Markle — while honoring her 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 that were left in tribute to Queen Elizabeth” on Saturday, October 15. The gifts will now be donated to Barnardo’s children’s charity, according to an official press release.

How Queen Consort Camilla Honors Family, Including Harry, Meghan in New Pic

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The picture — which featured the royal holding a Paddington Bear toy — was taken in the Morning Room of Clarence House. Eagle-eyed fans noticed that there were also stuffed animals. was a group of family portraits on the table behind Camilla.

One of the most noteworthy pictures was taken at Prince Louis’ 2018 christening. The snap shows Camilla, Charles (73), Harry (38), and Meghan (40) standing side-by-side. Prince William Princess KateThey sat on the couch together and took pictures with their children: Prince George, now 9 years old, Princess Charlotte, now 7 years, and Louis, now 4 years.

Charles made the subtle nod to a family uniting just days after he paid tribute to his estranged son-in-law and daughter-in law while meeting with the U.K Prime Minister. Liz TrussOn Thursday, October 13,

During the Buckingham Palace visit, which was shared via Twitter, the king’s meeting room featured several sentimental family photos. One of these was a photo of Harry and Meghan from their 2018 wedding.

Following Harry and Meghan’s step back as senior royals in 2020, the couple have been at odds with the king and the rest of his relatives. When the queen died in September at the age of 96, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex — who were already in England for philanthropic engagements — remained in the U.K. for the funeral and reunited with his family following a joint visit in June for Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee celebration.

“It is Charles’ intention to heal this family rift, to try and to try and work things out, because he knows that this will hang over his reign,” royal expert Katie NichollOnly told Us WeeklyTuesday, October 11. “There cannot be this discord at the heart of the royal family.”

The family’s conflict will again be highlighted 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 have a 16-month-old daughter, Lili.

“You’ll see William, you’ll see Catherine, you’ll most likely see their children. You’ll see Charles and [Queen Consort] Camilla,” royal expert Myko ClellandOnly told UseSeptember “You might see [Charles’] siblings, that’s kind of possible. You may even see Harry and Meghan.”