Prince Charles recently shared a picture of his grandson Prince George’s favorite playground.

This week, Prince Charles gave royal fans a glimpse of his garden in the private Highgrove residence. In his picture with Camilla Parker Bowles, the royal couple is seen beaming while basking under the sun. They are also surrounded by a beautiful landscape that is covered in colorful plants and flowers.

Clarence House revealed that the picture of the royals was released to show Prince Charles’ endorsement of the Big Butterfly Count project. Big Butterfly Count is the world’s biggest survey of butterflies.

Alice Scarsi, a journalist for Express, said that Prince Charles is not only fond of the garden because of its beauty. It also holds a more personal place in his heart because Prince George loves playing in the Highgrove gardens. Prince George’s dad, Prince William, and uncle, Prince Harry, used to play in the same garden when they were still kids.

In the past, Prince Charles revealed that he had the tree house that was built for Prince William’s 7th birthday refurbished so that the Duke of Cambridge’s kids can play in it. The original tree house was built by Cotswold architect William Bertram in 1989.

Prior to building it, Bertram spoke with Prince William and Prince Harry to know how exactly they want their tree house to look like.

“I want it as high as possible so I can get away from everyone and I want a rope ladder which I can pull up so no one can get at me,” Prince William said.

In related news, Prince Charles previously shared during an interview that he and Prince George shared a sweet bonding moment when the third in line to the throne was just 2 years old. Three years ago, Prince Charles and Prince George planted two new trees in Highgrove.

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Prince Charles refurbished Prince William's tree house for Prince George. Pictured: Prince Charles visits Sandringham Flower Show 2018 at Sandringham House on July 25, 2018 in King's Lynn, England. Getty Images/Arthur Edwards - WPA Pool
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