King Charles III: family photo without Harry and Andrew

The palace was built to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III.

King Charles III: family photo without Harry and Andrew

The palace was built to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III. (74) published several portraits, including a group shot. This immediately catches the eye that neither his youngest son, Prince Harry (38), nor his brother, Prince Andrew (63), are shown. Instead, the king makes it clear how much he obviously appreciates his sister, Princess Anne (72).

On the family portrait, which was shared on Instagram, among other things, next to King Charles III standing in the center. and his wife, Queen Camilla (75), as well as Princess Anne and his older son, Prince William (40), shown in the middle. Also represented are: Princess Kate (41), Sir Timothy Laurence (68), Prince Edward (59), Duchess Sophie (58), Princess Alexandra (86), the Duke (78) and Duchess of Gloucester (76) and Edward , the Duke of Kent (87). According to a nobility expert who spoke to MailOnline, it is particularly significant that Princess Anne is directly to the right of King Charles III in the photo. stands. It shows "how much he appreciates her and will rely on her".

After the scandals and public disagreements of recent years, it should come as no surprise to Royal fans that neither Andrew nor Harry were in front of the camera for the family portrait. Harry and his wife, Duchess Meghan (41), had not only resigned from their royal duties, but had also shared the royal family in several interviews, a Netflix documentary and in his autobiography "Reserve" since moving to the United States in 2020 sharply criticized. Prince Harry's relationship with William and Charles is therefore considered extremely tense.

Prince Andrew, on the other hand, is no longer a working member of the royal family after allegations of sexual abuse of a minor. Andrew denies allegations made by Virginia Giuffre, now 39, who sued. However, according to media reports, he is said to have paid millions in an out-of-court settlement in the US civil proceedings.

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