The newly crowned king appeared giving a special nod to his disgruntled son and daughter-in-law, seemingly telling Joe Biden that Harry and Meghan are still close to his heart.
The 74-year-old monarch invited his special guest to take in a display of items, related to the royal family’s relationship with previous presidents of the United States, in the white drawing room.
Later, the King appeared to make it clear to the visiting dignitaries that The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are still part of the royal family as he took the US president to the Green Drawing Room, which could have been seen as a nod to the Sussexes.
The significance comes as these official images were taken in the same location Harry ad Meghan posed for their wedding pictures.
In the photos taken at the couple’s wedding, the groom, Harry stood one pace behind the bride, Meghan. The snap was taken just an hour after the ceremony, which was watched by millions around the world.
Other photos included Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet’s parents pictured with members of the royal family.
Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland, the only member of the Duchess of Sussex’s family to attend her big day, also stood proudly alongside her daughter.
The bride’s adorable six bridesmaids and four-page boys are also in one snap and also take pride of place in a third image, looking happy and relaxed as they surrounded the couple.
It comes amid rumors that Harry could be deported from the US over his admission of using drugs as some campaigners are persistently mounting pressure on the officials to disclose the Duke’s visa application.
King Charles’ move could help Harry gain some confidence amid the ongoing crisis. It also depicts the royal family still having good feelings for the California-based couple even after their persistent attacks on the palace.
Meghan and Harry have continued to distance themselves from the family after making a number of startling claims in the press and in his memoir.