In honour of Prince Charles’ upcoming 70th birthday, an exhibition of the royal’s personal photos is being held at Buckingham Palace.
Amongst the collection displayed at the Prince & Patron exhibit is a never-before-seen photo of Prince Charles with grandson, Prince George.
The image shows Prince Charles cradling the first son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with Prince William standing next to him.
Two other images, that are usually displayed at Charles’ country home, Highgrove House, are highlights of the exhibition.
One of them shows Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leaving St. George’s Chapel on their wedding day.
The other image reveals Prince Charles and a younger Prince Harry.
This exhibition comes ahead of Prince Charles’ 70th birthday in November, and it is very personal to the royal.
“It is intended to give a flavor of the Prince of Wales’s owning residences and reflect his personal involvement,” says Vanessa Remington, senior curator of paintings at the Royal Collection, reports People. “He has grown up as a passionate art lover.”
“The display aims to show the public the prince’s long-standing passion for art and the way this has been channeled into the creation and understanding of art charities.”
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