Buckingham Palace unveils the first official portrait of Charles III since his coronation

In the pictures, the king and queen pose fully-fledgedly with their family members in the throne room of Buckingham Palace.

On this occasion, at the end of the coronation and ceremonial events, Buckingham Palace, King III.

Photographed at her official royal residence by renowned British photographer Hugo Bernard, who has worked closely with King Charles and Queen Camilla for many years, Her Majesty’s ceremonial robe poses with tiara, scepter and globe in hand.

In the second portrait, Charles and his crowned wife are leaning against each other, looking at the camera. In the caption of the portrait, the monarch thanks everyone who shared this day with him.

“The coronation weekend is coming to an end, and my wife and I wanted to offer our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to everyone who helped make this event so special. We pay tribute to the countless people who have dedicated their time and dedication to making this event so special. Celebrations in London, Windsor and elsewhere are as happy and safe as possible. And it was fun. We thank each and every one of you who voluntarily joined the celebration, whether at home, at street parties and dinners, or in the community. One. Knowing that we have your support and encouragement and seeing your kindness expressed in so many ways, we now live our lives in the UK, the UK and the United Kingdom. It was the greatest possible gift of a coronation as we are rededicated to serving the people of the Commonwealth.”

Another picture shows Charles and Camilla in full outfits alongside high-ranking members of the royal family. The Prince and Princess of Wales, the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, the Princess Royal and Vice-Admiral Sir Tim Lawrence, the Duke of Kent, Gloucester and Princess Alexandra are photographed next to the monarch in the throne room at Buckingham Palace.

Previously, Hugo Bernard took the famous wedding photos of the then Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles at Windsor Castle (2005), and became the author of the official wedding photos of Prince William and Kate Middleton at Buckingham Palace in 2011.

Previously Focus He wrote about how much the coronation of Charles III, which took place on May 6, cost approximately.


Source: Focus

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