Prince Harry may be on royal duty, but he's always got wife Meghan Markle close by. That was proven when the Duchess of Sussex hosted a meeting at his old home of Kensington Palace in London with Nepalese Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli. Behind the prime minister, there was a photo on display of Harry and Meghan that has never been officially released.
The shot, which is thought to have been taken in December 2017 by photographer Alexi Lubomirski as part of their engagement photo shoot, shows the couple posing with Meghan’s arm rested on her husband’s chest as they smile at the camera. Harry wears a blue suit, while Meghan coordinates in a light blue off-the-shoulder dress with her hair worn down and wavy.
The sweet photo also includes both Harry and Meghan's distinct signatures and was displayed in a black frame featuring the couple's joint monogram.
Interestingly, the photo was also once spotted in the Queen's private meeting room. Shortly after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex wed in May 2018, the picture sat on a side table at Buckingham Palace when Queen Elizabeth hosted Honorable George Brandis, the Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.
“The Duke of Sussex has had a longstanding connection to The Ghurkas and the people of Nepal beginning at a very young age,” according to a new post shared on the @SussexRoyal Instagram after the meeting. “Today His Royal Highness held an audience with Nepal’s Prime Minister, KP Sharma Oli, on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen. This is the first visit to the UK by a Nepali Prime Minister in 19 years.”
Harry previously met Prime Minister Oli during a May 2016 trip to Nepal while the country was recovering from a devastating earthquake.
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This article originally appeared on InStyle Australia.