Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla share a beautiful new portrait to celebrate their anniversary

And it’s a never-before-seen photo, shot by Harry and Meghan’s wedding photographer.
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Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla have taken to Instagram to share a beautiful portrait of themselves to celebrate their 14th wedding anniversary.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall exchanged vows on April 9, 2005, at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle – the same venue both Harry and Meghan tied the knot last year – and despite being on royal duty at Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland, they still took the time to thank fans for the congratulatory messages.

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla on their wedding day in 2005. (Image: Getty)

The intimate black and white portrait shared on the @clarencehouse Instagram page was captioned: “Thank you for your warm wishes on the occasion of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall’s wedding anniversary,” with the photo credited to none other than Alex Lubomirski, Harry and Meghan’s wedding photographer!

Lubomirski also shot the beautiful black and white portraits of Meghan and Harry for their official engagement album and according to People described the opportunity as “an incredible honour” to be asked to document the joyous event and a privilege to be incited to share and witness the royal couple’s love for one another.

Lubomirski is in fact a prince of the Polish House of Lubomirksi, however according to People, it was likely he was introduced to Meghan and Harry through renowned photographer Mario Testino, who he trained under and who was not only a favourite of Princess Diana’s but also took Prince William and Kate’s engagement photos in 2010.

Charles and Camilla at Hillsborough Castle, Northern Ireland on their 14th wedding anniversary. (Image: Getty)

Charles and Camilla have been visiting Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland on Tuesday, to re-open an extensive five-year renovation project.

During their visit they met with trainees and mentors from the The Prince’s Foundation, unveiled a new portrait of HRH Prince Charles which will be hung at the castle and met with children and residents from the residential care facility in Lisburn.

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