Prince Charles’ Buckingham Palace Exhibit Will Feature Personal Royal Family Photos

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Prince Charles recently opened up about what’s on his walls at home, and they’re all personal family photos! The photos include a recent photograph of his son, Prince Harry, during his wedding to Meghan Markle and never-before-seen portraits of William and Harry!

These personal family photographs and oil paintings will be displayed publicly at the Buckingham Palace. Included among the family photos will be William and a baby Prince George and a recent portrait of Prince Charles’ wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. He really has covered the whole family tree!

#royalbirthday Happy Birthday to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall (17th July 1947)💙 . She turns 71 today🎉✨🍾 . Some pictures of her and Prince Charles that I love💑 . P.S. All bad comments about her will be deleted, try to be respectful! #britishroyalfamily #britishroyals #instaroyals #princeofwales #princecharles #duchessofcornwall #camillaparkerbowles #charlesandcamilla #royalcouple #royalfamily #instaroyals #happybirthday #love

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Vanessa Remington, senior curator of paintings at the Royal Collection, shared her thoughts on the exhibit.

“It is intended to give a flavor of the Prince of Wales’s own residences and reflect his personal involvement. The display aims to show the public the prince’s long-standing passion for art and the way this has been channeled into the creation and understanding of art charities.”

Prince Charles, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and most likely Prince George of Cambridge pose for a picture (in 2013). This picture is from The Prince and Patron exhibition at Buckingham Palace in London, England 📷 -July 19th 2018. . I would like to see more pictures like this one 💞📷😍. . #royalfamily #katemiddleton #PrinceWilliam #PrinceGeorge #PrincessCharlotte #PrinceLouis #DukeofCambridge #DuchessofCambridge #London #monarchy #england #english #british #britishmonarchy #britishroyalfamily #photooftheday #love #l4l #happy #cute #gorgeous #amazing #beautiful #lovely #pretty #bestcouple #baby #instapic #PrinceCharles

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The exhibit will feature a seven-foot-high cedar wood pavilion dome from the Turquoise Mountain. The Turquoise Mountain is a charity founded by Charles to create jobs and revive skills in Kabul, Afghanistan. Queen Elizabeth II has not yet seen the opening, but we’re all certain she’ll love it!

First looks of the 'Prince and Patron' exhibit have been revealed. Prince Charles personally selected over 100 pieces of artwork as part of the summer opening of Kensington Palace. Many pieces depict images of the royal family never seen before. 🇬🇧 . . . . #Royal #theroyalfamily #history #thebritishroyalfamily #followforfollow #hrh #queen #family #royalfamily #queenelizabeth #thebritishmonarchy #queenelizabethii #uk #god #love #beauty #royal #princeofwales #princecharles #dukeofcambridge #princewilliam #princeharry #duchessofsussex #meghanmarkle #duchessofcambridge #katemiddleton #art #painting #beautiful

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The exhibit in general, as mentioned previously by senior curator Remington, was made in honor of the Prince’s 70th birthday to proclaim his love and appreciation for art. He actually requested the inclusion of paintings of three Yezidi women who were persecuted by Islamic State in Northern Iraq. The piece was completed by Hannah Rose Thomas and was spotted at the Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts.

First looks of the 'Prince and Patron' exhibit have been revealed. Prince Charles personally selected over 100 pieces of artwork as part of the summer opening of Kensington Palace. Many pieces depict images of the royal family never seen before. 🇬🇧 . . . . #Royal #theroyalfamily #history #thebritishroyalfamily #followforfollow #hrh #queen #family #royalfamily #queenelizabeth #thebritishmonarchy #queenelizabethii #uk #god #love #beauty #royal #princeofwales #princecharles #dukeofcambridge #princewilliam #princeharry #duchessofsussex #meghanmarkle #duchessofcambridge #katemiddleton #art #painting #beautiful

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Also featured at the exhibit among various paintings, ceramics, and photographs is a cloak that was worn by the French emperor Napoleon after the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. Senior curator Remington says that it appealed to Prince Charles ever since he was a child when he viewed it at Windsor Castle.

#News The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall toured the #PrinceAndPatron exhibition at Buckingham Palace earlier this week. The artworks at the exhibition have been personally chosen by The Prince and will form part of the Buckingham Palace Summer Opening. The #PrinceAndPatron exhibition showcases a selection of The Prince’s favourite pieces in the Royal Collection alongside works created by young artists supported by three of HRH’s charities. A previously unknown portrait of The Duchess of Cornwall and a picture of Prince Charles with one of his grandchildren (probably Prince George) are part of the exhibition. #duchesscamilla #camillatheduchessofcornwall #duchessofcornwall #princeofwales #princecharles

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The exhibit will be called Prince & Patron. 25 pieces will be from the Royal Collection and the other 75 pieces came from outside artists whom he greatly supports. These outside artists come from The Royal Drawing School, The Prince’s Foundation School for Traditional Arts, and Turquoise Mountain.

Buckingham Palace will be open to the public from July 21st until September 30th.

Prince Charles has a picture of his son Harry and his daughter in law Meghan in his room😍💗🎉#princecharles #princeharry #duchessofsussex #dukeofsussex #meghanmarkle #duchessmeghan

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