A new official portrait of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles was published.

Yesterday, Clarence House Press Office published a new photo showing Queen Elizabeth and her inheritor Prince Charles together, which was taken in White Drawing Room in Windsor Castle before the last night of celebrations of 90th birthday of Queen Elizabeth in May 2016. The photo : was taken by Knight Nick.
Queen Elizabeth and her inheritor Prince Charles together, which was taken in White Drawing Room in Windsor Castle

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  2. Wishing every one of you on this blog a joyous Holiday season, a New Year of happiness!
    Watch where you step, watch where you go ,you may end up under the mistletoe!

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    1. Thank you Kristina! Wish you all the best too!

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    2. Thanks Kristina, i Wish you a happy holiday season 😊

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    3. Kristina, thank you, have a wonderful holidays! And I also wish all of you 2017 the best year ever!

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  3. Interesting photo. I saw elsewhere that the Queen was trying not to smile at a joke her son told her. I wish she had smiled.

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    1. Me too, Heather. Since she does not smile, it looks like he is making fun of her.

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  4. Interesting photo, very good lighting.

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  5. Beautiful picture but I wish the Queen would have smile a bit, Interesting to see that the crown princes born after him have become kings and he is still in waiting.

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  6. Photo tells me, you can make jokes as many you want, what else can you do, I'll sit on this chair for another ten years...;-))

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    1. Ha ha haaa! At least ten years!

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    2. That's a good caption to the photo, Beth.

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    3. You are right Beth! Love your comment

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  7. As much as I love Her Majesty (grew up in Canada, a Commonwealth country), Charles will be a wonderful king and I welcome his ascent to the throne. He is a true humanitarian. I cannot imagine a worse public humiliation than what he was subjected to after the breakdown of his marriage, yet he has persevered and continues not only to love people but he spends his time and energy on helping others. His charities help thousands of people; his public appearances bring attention to so many causes. I admire him greatly.

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