‘Carefully staged’ Queen frame in new Charles photo | royal | New

The newly released photograph of King Charles III shows him performing official government duties from his red box in the 18th Century Room at Buckingham Palace. Speaking on the latest episode of Royally Us, host Christina Garibaldi remarked that in the new photo, a small black and white photo of Charles’ deceased parents can be seen in the background, as if they ” were looking over his shoulder. .

Speaking to his co-host Christine Ross, Ms Garibaldi said: “I love the picture, behind him there’s a picture of his parents. [A] black and white photography.

She added: “It’s nice, you know, always kind of looking over your shoulder, I think it’s great.”

Also speaking about Charles’ photography, Ms Ross said: ‘I love these photos, they are always very carefully staged.

She also pointed out that there was “this big crispy tome of Shakespeare’s complete works on the desk with him”.

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Ms Ross added that these things are placed there “on purpose” and show that they are “thinking things through”.

Ms Garibaldi added: ‘It’s always great to find those little Easter eggs in the background.

The red boxes, the one seen in Charles’ photo, contain papers from UK and realms government ministers as well as Commonwealth officials.

These are sent from the Office of the Private Secretary to the King.

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The Queen died at Balmoral, aged 96, on September 8.

It has been reported that Charles and his sister, the Queen’s only daughter, Princess Anne, were the only two present when the Queen died “peacefully”.

King Charles’ eldest son, Prince William, is next in line, followed by his eldest son, Prince George.

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