King Charles has some of his favourite family photos on display at Clarence House, including snaps with his wife Camilla, his late mother and grandson George, 10.

Scenes from the royal residence, captured in a video from Ukrainian First Lady Olena Zelenska on X – who was there to meet with Queen Camilla, 76 – offered an intimate insight into the couple’s beloved memories.

One shelf – stacked with books which included a guide to ‘100 of the Most Beautiful Piano Solos Ever’ – featured a touching tribute to Queen Elizabeth II with a photo from her 90th birthday in 2016.

In the portrait, Charles, 75, stands next to his seated mother, as she smiles at the camera in an elegant blue dress. 

Another framed picture shows the royal with his wife Camilla, in 2018, in a snap understood to have been taken from the same photoshoot which produced their Christmas card that year.

Pictured: 1. Queen Elizabeth II and her son Charles in 2016, posing for her 90th birthday portrait; 2. Charles and Camilla at Clarence House in 2018; 3. Prince Harry as a teenager in an undated photo; 4. Prince Harry in his 20s in an undated photo; 5. Charles holding his grandson George in 2013

Pictured: 1. Queen Elizabeth II and her son Charles in 2016, posing for her 90th birthday portrait; 2. Charles and Camilla at Clarence House in 2018; 3. Prince Harry as a teenager in an undated photo; 4. Prince Harry in his 20s in an undated photo; 5. Charles holding his grandson George in 2013

The loved-up couple sport matching smiles as they sit on a bench at the Clarence House Gardens.

Another sweet shot shows proud grandfather Charles holding a newborn Prince George – the son of the Prince and Princess of Wales – in 2013.

Also featured is a snap of a young Prince Harry in his twenties along with another of him laughing as a teenager. 

Another snapshot of the house saw a framed photo of a festive outing from 2019, in which Queen Elizabeth II enjoyed making Christmas pudding with three of her heirs – Charles, William, and George. 

The picture shows the family grinning as they mix the ingredients in bowls together. 

Another image from 2005 shows a delighted Charles and Camilla emerge from St George’s Chapel following the church blessing of their marriage.

And in honour of his beloved grandmother, the King has also featured a portrait of the Queen Mother in 1997. 

The intimate insight into Clarence House comes following Olena Zelenska’s meeting with Queen Camilla at the royal residence, just days after the second anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Pictured left to right: Queen Elizabeth II making Christmas pudding with her three heirs - Charles, William and George - in 2019; the Queen Mother in 1997; Camilla and Charles after their marriage in 2005

Pictured left to right: Queen Elizabeth II making Christmas pudding with her three heirs – Charles, William and George – in 2019; the Queen Mother in 1997; Camilla and Charles after their marriage in 2005

Wedding day: Charles and Camilla emerge from St George's Chapel following the church blessing of their marriage in August 2005. The photo is framed in Clarence House

Wedding day: Charles and Camilla emerge from St George’s Chapel following the church blessing of their marriage in August 2005. The photo is framed in Clarence House

Memories: Prince George is shown enthusiastically stirring a Christmas pudding in footage released to mark four generations of the royal family supporting a Royal British Legion project in 2019

Memories: Prince George is shown enthusiastically stirring a Christmas pudding in footage released to mark four generations of the royal family supporting a Royal British Legion project in 2019

In 2018, a virtual tour of Clarence House showed the same photo of Harry next to a touching informal snap of Charles and Camilla

In 2018, a virtual tour of Clarence House showed the same photo of Harry next to a touching informal snap of Charles and Camilla

Camilla was pictured placing her arm behind the wife of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky‘s back as she guided her along a hallway ahead of their meeting on Thursday morning.

The pair – who previously met in November 2022 at a Buckingham Palace reception to raise awareness of violence against women – were photographed in conversation as they sat in the Garden Room at the London royal residence.

Charles, who is receiving ongoing treatment for cancer, remains in London but did not meet the First Lady on Thursday.

Ms Zelenska thanked the Queen for the King’s message of support to Ukraine on the second anniversary of the conflict – and said how much it had meant to her nation.

Queen Camilla listened attentively as she met Ukraine's first lady Olena Zelenska at Clarence House on Thursday

Queen Camilla listened attentively as she met Ukraine’s first lady Olena Zelenska at Clarence House on Thursday

Camilla was pictured placing her arm behind Ms Zelenska's back as she guided her along a hallway ahead of their meeting

Camilla was pictured placing her arm behind Ms Zelenska’s back as she guided her along a hallway ahead of their meeting

Camilla spoke of how Britain was thinking of Ukraine as it marked the sad milestone. They also discussed the bravery and resilience of Ukrainians and the UK’s determination to support the nation.

They are also understood to have spoken of the impact of the war on women and children, the mental and physical scars it has left, and how the UK can assist in caring for them. 

Ms Zelenska was a guest at the King and Queen’s coronation last May, representing her war-torn nation with its prime minister Denys Shmyhal. 

She also attended the late Queen’s funeral and Camilla thanked Ms Zelenska for her presence at both services.

Camilla has been dubbed the monarchy’s ‘saviour’ and praised for keeping ‘the show on the road’ in the King’s absence, and while the Princess of Wales is recovering from abdominal surgery.

She led the royal family at the memorial service for King Constantine of Greece earlier this week, with the Prince of Wales also absent at the last minute due to an unexplained personal matter.

Camilla’s meeting with Ms Zelenska took place on the advice of Foreign Office and lasted around 30 minutes, the Palace said.

Thursday’s meeting comes after the King praised the ‘determination and strength’ of the Ukrainian people in a message marking the second anniversary of Russia’s invasion.

Camilla welcomed the wife of the Ukrainian president to her London residence on Thursday morning

Camilla welcomed the wife of the Ukrainian president to her London residence on Thursday morning

They were pictured in conversation as they sat in the Garden Room, with their meeting coming just days after the second anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine

They were pictured in conversation as they sat in the Garden Room, with their meeting coming just days after the second anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Charles said he is ‘greatly encouraged’ by the efforts of the UK and its allies in supporting Ukraine ‘at this time of such great suffering and need’.

He said: ‘The determination and strength of the Ukrainian people continues to inspire, as the unprovoked attack on their land, their lives and livelihoods enters a third, tragic, year.

‘Despite the tremendous hardship and pain inflicted upon them, Ukrainians continue to show the heroism with which the world associates them so closely.

‘Theirs is true valour, in the face of indescribable aggression. I have felt this personally in the many meetings I have had with Ukrainians since the start of the war, from President Zelensky and Mrs Zelenska, to new army recruits training here in the United Kingdom.

‘I continue to be greatly encouraged that the United Kingdom and our allies remain at the forefront of international efforts to support Ukraine at this time of such great suffering and need.

The King (pictured with the Queen in 2022) praised the 'determination and strength' of the Ukrainian people in a message marking the second anniversary of Russia's invasion

The King (pictured with the Queen in 2022) praised the ‘determination and strength’ of the Ukrainian people in a message marking the second anniversary of Russia’s invasion

The King (pictured meeting President Zelensky) has met Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky several times, including during his visit to the UK in February last year

The King (pictured meeting President Zelensky) has met Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky several times, including during his visit to the UK in February last year

‘My heart goes out to all those affected, as I remember them in my thoughts and prayers.’

The King has undertaken many engagements in the UK linked to Ukraine since the war began, including visiting a training site for military recruits in Wiltshire.

He has met Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky several times, including during his visit to the UK in February last year.

It was announced earlier this month that Charles had been diagnosed with a form of cancer, discovered while he was being treated in hospital for an enlarged prostate.

He has started a schedule of regular treatments but postponed all public-facing duties, spending much of his time at the royal residence in Sandringham, Norfolk.



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