The photo appears to be from the Sussex's 2018 wedding.
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Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, seem to keep Prince Harry and Meghan Markle close — even if they're all the way across the pond. During a special visit on Tuesday, the duchess gave a rare peek at her and Charles's living room at Clarence House, which includes a collection of family photographs.

Rowers Abby Johnston, Charlotte Irving, and Kat Cordiner, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2019, were invited to discuss their record-breaking trip across the Atlantic Ocean to raise money for charity. The duke and duchess's Instagram account shared images from the meeting, which gave followers a glimpse into their home.

"The adventurous trio broke a world record rowing 3,000 miles over 42 days from La Gomera in the Canaries to English Harbour in Antigua to raise money for three cancer charities," the caption explained. "The Duchess of Cornwall invited the rowers to tea at Clarence House to congratulate them on their fantastic achievement, and heard their stories including how Kat was diagnosed with cancer and wanted to take on the challenge to show that life can be lived in full with the disease."

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In the three images included in the carousel, picture frames lined the tables and wall, and according to People, one snap shows Prince Charles walking his daughter-in-law, Meghan, down the aisle at her and Harry's 2018 nuptials. Meghan began the walk on her own, and Prince Charles escorted her at the halfway mark, since her father was not in attendance. Other photos included Harry at the Invictus Games, a portrait from Prince Louis's christening, and a black-and-white picture of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip.

On International Women's Day, the duchess met Emerald Fennell, the actress who portrays Camilla on seasons 3 and 4 of The Crown. "It was particularly nice to meet her today on International Women's Day because, you know, she does so much for so many particularly female charities," the actress and director told journalist Georgie Prodromou.