The royal family of Britain shared a picture of all its senior senior members for the first time in an attempt to lift the veil of mystery behind the palace gates.
The portrait, taken by royal photographer Getty, Chris Jackson, was released in honor of Prince Charles's 70th birthday and features the veteran grandfather united by his two sons and wild grandchildren for a family photo at Clarence House. Even Prince Luis, portrayed immediately after his birth and a series of baptismal pictures, made his appearance, as Kate Middleton's mother was proud of, with his wife, Prince William, with Prince Harry and her deputy wife Meghan Markle to complete the series.
Charles sat in the center of the scene with his grandson Prince George in his arms, his wife Camilla and a patient seeking Princess Charlotte
The pictures are rare images of the prince with his three grandchildren, which will grow to four when Meghan begun the next year and mark the first time the entire dynasty has been portrayed together in a box.
The photo was organized in Clarence House's garden in September and appears to be "before and after" when the photographer said "camera smile."
"I was glad to be asked to take these portraits of Prince Wales surrounded by his family to celebrate the important milestone of his 70th birthday," Jackson said he was behind the lens of the day.
"It was special to capture such an informal and relaxed family portrait on a delightful afternoon in Clarence House gardens."
Kate was introduced to one of the hottest he has to have this season: a polka dot, stuck in Alessandra Rich's dress, which draws comparisons because she was also one of the preferred marriage searches by Harry's Meghan and Nuptials when the actor Abigail Spencer wore it in Windsor in May, while Sussex's Duchess wears the preferred Givenchy, this time a lined white dress for shifts.
Behind the scenes, things change in the British royal family as they prepare for Charles's final takeover to the British throne and William's final role as heir and he and the Cambridge duchess are separated by Harry and Meghan, to each pair the respective interests and responsibilities, which currently remain under the same umbrella of the Kensington Palace. but it seems to be the job as usual at a personal level among the famous narrow brothers.
In a recent BBC documentary, William talked about how his father wants to spend more time with George, Charlotte and Louis.
"I think he has time for this, but I would like to have more time with the kids," he said.
"I think he has reached his seventy, it is a good time to consolidate a bit, because, as most families will do, you are worried about having them around and making sure their health is OK and is the most competent person I know but I just want to be ready until I'm 95, you know, we keep going. "
Charles turns on Wednesday 70 and spend part of his birthday with Camilla having tea with a team of inspiring people celebrating his 70th birthday this year. In the evening, the queen will throw a private bargain on the birthday of Buckingham Palace.
Additional Press Association reports