January 16, 2024

Royals

King Charles makes new move after Prince Harry ‘raged’ in new book

King Charles seemed to be unfazed following the release of new book, Charles III: New King, New Court, The Inside Story

By Javeria Shahid January 16, 2024

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King Charles continued to celebrate his reign amid all the family drama resurfaced again after a new book featured the last days of Queen Elizabeth II’s death and mentioned Prince Harry's rage when he was asked to come sans Meghan Markle.

His majesty gave a subtle reaction that he was unfazed by all the family insights spilled out in the public as the Daily Express reported that he offered a new portrait of the monarch to the public free of cost.

The portrait was snapped last year by Hugo Burnard at Windsor Castle and a free copy is being offered to public authorities across the UK as part of a scheme to celebrate the new reign.

Institutions such as principal local authorities, schools, courts, fire and rescue services, and police forces have been encouraged to apply under the scheme.

New Portrait of King Charles III
New Portrait of King Charles III

In the portrait Charles, who ascended to the throne after the demise of Queen Elizabeth’s death in September 2022, sported the Royal Navy uniform of an Admiral of the Fleet with an impressive display of official medals.

He posed with a slight grin while resting his one hand on the table upon which his official hat and gloves were placed and with the other hand he was grabbing the hilt of his hanging sword.

In the portrait, King Charles can be seen donning dozens of medals and decorations that include the full medal bar, Bath Sovereign’s badge, Garter and Garter Star, Order of Merit, Royal Victorian Order, Thistle Star, and the chain and GCVO sash.

This announcement comes after Robert Hardman's new book, Charles III: New King, New Court, The Inside Story, made headlines due to a plethora of new revelations.

It gave an insight from behind Palace walls in which an excerpt detailed the time of the Queen’s death and stated that when the King asked the Duke of Sussex to come over for the last moments of his grandmother without her wife, he "raged" over his father.