By Camille Nzengung
Updated: Nov 02, 2018 @ 3:28 pm

It seems like Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla Parker-Bowles, have taken a page out of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s book when it comes to royal PDA. The 69-year-old royal and the Duchess of Cornwall recently posed for a series of photos for Charles’s Vanity Fair profile, and we don’t think the couple has ever looked more in love. 

The swoon-worthy images provide an inside look at the Prince of Wale’s life with the Duchess, 71, at Clarence House, their official residence in London. From the snapshots of the royal couple taking a romantic stroll through their garden and cuddled up on a couch, it’s clear that Charles and Camilla — who have been married for 13 years — are just as happy now as they were on their wedding day in 2005.

Of course, we know the once-controversial couple isn't afraid of a little PDA, as they've demonstrated on more than one occasion ...

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The couple was photographed for Vanity Fair by Alexi Lubomirski, who also shot Prince Harry and Meghan’s official photos for both their engagement and wedding.

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“You feel like they are a young couple in love,” Lubomirski told Vanity Fair about shooting Charles and Camilla.

The couple is currently taking their love on the road. Yesterday, the royal duo left for their tour of West Africa, just days after Prince Harry and Meghan returned from their Australian tour. Charles and Camilla will be visiting Gambia, Ghana, and Nigeria on the nine-day trip, and from the message that Charles posted on Instagram and YouTube on Wednesday, it seems that the lovebirds could not be more excited about the tour.

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“As my wife and I prepare to embark on our upcoming tour of The Gambia, Ghana, and Nigeria, I did just want to take this opportunity to send you all our special greetings and to say just how much we are looking forward to meeting so many of you,” he said. “This will be the first visit to The Gambia for us both although we have heard so many wonderful things about the beauty of its natural environment and the resilience of its people.”

Hopefully, their trip to West Africa can fill the void left by the conclusion of Harry and Meghan’s jaunt abroad. We do love ourselves a royal tour.

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