Two unseen photographs of King Charles with Prince George and Princess Charlotte have been released in a new BBC documentary, Charles R: The Making of a Monarch.
The images were thought to be taken in 2016. These were shown in a previous interview with Charles, where he explained how his grandchildren motivate his passion for caring for the environment. Royal fans were delighted to spot the previously unseen images in the documentary, which aired last night. The photos were shown over an earlier interview with Charles, in which he stated how his grandchildren inspire him to care for the environment. The previously unseen photos in the documentary, which tracked the King’s rise from prince to monarch, pleased royal enthusiasts. One photograph shows the then-Prince of Wales pointing at something interesting while sitting next to a young Prince George. The second image depicts Princess Charlotte, who is smiling and wearing a pretty blue outfit with a matching ribbon in her hair, being entertained by Charles. As he spends time with his granddaughter, he appears to be holding something. Meanwhile, the documentary also charted King Charles III’s journey from prince to monarch. The monarch made candid remarks in Royal Family, the 1969 behind-the-scenes film, which has not been broadcast for more than 45 years on the orders of the late Queen. King Charles III will be crowned on May 6, 2023. Camilla will also be crowned as Queen at the ceremony, even though she was previously planned to be known as Queen Consort. In line with a tradition dating back centuries, King Charles III’s coronation ceremony will be held at Westminster Abbey. The ceremony will start at 11 am, once the royals have completed their procession from Buckingham Palace.