The Duchess of Cornwall enjoyed a virtual visit to a Brighton pub to mark the National Association of Care Catering's (NACC) Meals on Wheels Week and revealed the sweet photo she keeps in her home office.
In a video released by Clarence House, Camilla enjoyed a chat with The Bevy pub's managers and their Chatterboxes support group for elderly people isolated by the coronavirus pandemic.
WATCH: Camilla enjoys a virtual tour of Brighton pub
The royal couple are pictured cuddled up with huge smiles on their faces in a snap that was taken during a holiday in Scotland in summer 2015.
It was reportedly never intended for publication, but the heir to the throne and his wife loved it so much they decided to use it on their Christmas card that year. We're not surprised that Camilla has it framed in her office!
Charles and Camilla celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary in April, with their royal household releasing a new portrait of the pair outside their Scottish home Birkhall with the Duchess' rescue dogs Beth and Bluebell.
The sweet photo could be seen on the mantelpiece behind the Duchess
During the video call, Camilla discussed her love of music with one of the Meals on Wheels recipients, saying: "I was a great fan of The Beatles, I used to go to their concerts."
The Bevy launched its Meals on Wheels service earlier this year in response to the COVID-19 crisis, delivering more than 6000 meals to vulnerable residents, as well as providing socially distanced chats and running errands for those unable to leave home.
It was later revealed by Camilla's royal household in a tweet that the Chatterboxes group finished off their lunch with a specially delivered cake from the Clarence House kitchens, that was iced with the words "Meals on Wheels".
It comes after Camilla brought along home-made brownies to a community centre in west London last month.
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