The royal family is almost all the time in front of the cameras. However, they know how to keep some things private. This also includes some photos.
It’s part of the Prince Charles’ new Buckingham Palace exhibit.
August is approaching soon, and Charles and Camilla open their home at Clarence House in this month to the public so visitors can see what it’s like living royally.
Now, the Prince of Wales is sharing even more of his life in a new Buckingham Palace exhibit. It features both his own personal art collection and private family photographs.
This special art display is held to mark Charles turning 70.
According to some reports, Charles helped select more than 100 works of art and objects for the exhibit entitled as ‘Prince & Patron’.
Some of the featured artwork inside Charles’ quarters of the Palace include a portrait of Camilla, two oil sketches, and studies of many members of the royal family.
The pictures on display are especially noteworthy.
One of them is an adorable snap of the Prince of Wales with his elder son, Prince William and first grandchild, George. In the shot that has never been seen before, Charles cradles George as William sits behind the two and flashes a big smile.
Not only this, Prince Charles’s room showcases more portraits and photos, including a picture from Prince George’s christening.
The public can view his art and personal photographs as part of Buckingham Palace’s state rooms exhibit. The exhibit is open to the public from July 21 to September 30, 2018.