Prince Charles’ residence has a photo of Meghan Markle on display.

At Clarence House, Prince Charles has a photograph of himself walking daughter-in-law Meghan Markle down the aisle at her 2018 wedding to his son, Prince Harry.

Fans who were paying attention noticed the photo on display Tuesday when Camilla Parker Bowles, Charles’ wife, hosted an International Women’s Day event.

After crossing the Atlantic in 42 days and arriving in Antigua in January, female rowers Kat Cordiner, Charlotte Irving, and Abby Johnston were asked to meet with the Duchess of Cornwall. The trio, who were joined by Tim Christian, a former rower, smashed the previous record by seven days.

A beautiful black-and-white portrait of Markle, whose own father did not attend the wedding, with her father-in-law as he accompanied her down the aisle was among the framed photographs on the side table.

Photos of the family at Prince Louis’ christening in 2018, his older brother Prince George’s christening in 2013, and even Prince Harry at the Invictus Games, which he started in 2014, were shown in some of the other frames.

The trio were invited into Charles and Camilla's residence on International Women's Day..

Harry and Meghan went to California less than two years after their wedding and formally withdrew from their royal duties in early 2020.

Prince Charles hasn’t seen his youngest son since his father Prince Philip’s funeral in April 2021, according to a source, and has yet to see his granddaughter Lilibet, who was born in June.

Meghan Markle accompanied by Prince Charles, Prince of Wales on her wedding day.

“When Harry and Meghan suddenly threw it on the family that they were giving up their responsibilities and moving abroad,” a royal insider told us in December, “Charles was terribly offended.”

“I don’t believe [Harry and Charles] have spoken in a long time, but the lines of communication are now open.”

Harry and Meghan said their 'I do's in 2018.

Last May, Harry said that his father had passed down a “cycle” of “genetic pain and suffering” to him, as well as the expectation that he would “suffer” in public.

“Just because you went through something doesn’t mean your children have to… On his Apple+ docuseries “The Me You Can’t See,” Harry commented, “That doesn’t make sense.”

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex

“Brothers and Wives,” a book written by Christoper Andersen last year, also claimed that Charles sparked a feud with his mixed daughter-in-law Camilla by asking, “What do you suppose their children’s complexion may be?”

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