King Charles had a meeting with Ursula von der Leyen in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle.

The White Drawing Room is one of three semi-state rooms created as private apartments for George IV.

The interiors of the White Drawing Room were decorated by firm Morel & Seddon.

The White, Crimson and Green drawing rooms were used by the late Queen for formal entertaining.

The White Drawing Room contains priceless objets d'art, including a Franz Winterhalter portrait of Queen Victoria.

The floor of the White Drawing Room is covered with a carpet by famed Devon-based manufacturer Axminster Carpets.

A Remond mantel clock with gold decal, was taken from George IV's former London residence Carlton House to decorate the room.

Adorning the clock is a draped bronze figure, thought to represent Astronomy.

A pair of candelabras designed by Etienne Falconet feature a faun and nymph holding a cornucopia.

The gilt paneled walls and doors were designed by Morel & Seddon during George IV's extensive refurbishment of the royal residence.

The ornate gold doors lead to the crimson and green drawing rooms.