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Royal photographer reveals King Charles III’s true attitude after working with the royal family for over four decades

January 26, 2023

A royal photographer who has worked with the world’s most famous family for over 40 years reveals how King Charles III. is behind the scenes. Amid the assumptions people have about the new monarch, Arthur Edwards reveals His Majesty’s true attitude.

It has been four months since King Charles ascended the throne following the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September 2022. You’ve worked with the royal family for decades, what’s it like to be part of the royal family?

Edwards described his rocky start with the former prince as he began working with the royal family in the 1970s. Talking to Emmy Griffiths from Hello!He told Andrea Caamano and royal editor Emily Nash that they had serious arguments at the time.

They even had a fight. On the 50-minute episode of The Right Royal podcast, the photographer said loudly expressthat their relationship eventually blossomed after seeing what the monarch did for others day in and day out.

He was impressed by what King Charles was doing at the time and thought this man would do things. When this changed his mind about him, Edwards admitted that he no longer wanted to be aggressive towards him and wanted to show his support as much as possible.

He went on to say that while their relationship couldn’t be classified as friendship, he couldn’t deny that the king was his favorite member of the royal family, without a shadow of a doubt. I admire him, he said. [Ich] think what a great man he is.

Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace has released more details about King Charles’ upcoming coronation on May 7th. There will be a three-day celebration across the country, to which the public is also invited.

A Coronation Big Lunch and a Coronation Concert will be held the day after the coronation and on another public holiday. On the final day, the public can get involved in The Big Help Out by volunteering in their communities.

Britain’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Secretary Michelle Donelan said in a statement that everyone is invited to take part, no matter the day. They can either attend the special street festival, watch the coronation ceremony or spectacle on TV, or get involved with The Big Help Out to help out the causes they care about.

The palace alternatively added that the coronation will be a solemn religious service and an occasion for celebration and pageantry, which Canterbury’s Justin Welby will preside over. The event is designed to reflect the monarch’s role today and look to the future, while being rooted in long-standing traditions and celebrations.