Buckingham Royals News – King Charles and Consort Queen Camilla break unwritten rule. WoW!
The newly released portrait of King Charles and Consort Queen Camilla and Prince William and Princess Kate Middleton has been interpreted as breaking the unwritten rule that royals should keep some distance in public.
A new portrait of the royal family was released this week. A detail drew attention in the portrait of King Charles and his wife, Consort Queen Camilla, and Prince William and his wife, Princess Kate. A royal rule was broken in the photo, which was learned before the Heads of State and Official Overseas Guests reception at Buckingham Palace on September 18, the day before Queen Elizabeth’s funeral.
The photo attracted attention due to the intimacy of the royal members in public. Both couples are seen making small displays of affection for their spouses. While royalty is not prohibited from showing public intimacy, there is an unwritten rule that they must maintain some distance while performing their official duties. Charles and Camilla hugging each other’s waist, and Kate Middleton touching her husband William’s waist was seen as breaking the unwritten rule.
Sharing family photos on special occasions is a tradition in British royalty. For example, when Prince George, Kate Middleton and Prince William’s first child, was born, this image was given to the Middleton family on the day of his christening.
A new family portrait emerged as Meghan Markle entered the family.
Unlike other royals, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry never shied away from showing closeness to each other in public before leaving their royal duties and moving to the United States. Hugging and holding hands were at the forefront of all royal events.
Here are some of the other royal portraits…