Prince Charles: Commentator says royal has a ‘signature move’
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Royal commentator Roberta Fiorito pointed out the “signature” move as she reviewed pictures of Prince Charles from last week’s James Bond film premiere. Also in attendance were Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The foursome usually only appear together for family occasions, so the event was a real treat for royal fans.
Speaking on the Royally Obsessed podcast, Ms Fiorito said: “In general, it was a great event.”
“One thought about Charles, I feel like he has a signature move.”
“I always focus on how people stand for photos to look so elegant, and Charles does a little hand-in-pocket moment.”
Co-host Rachel Bowie said: “I noticed that too.”
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“I looked at some other images, that’s not a bad idea. Just to give Charles a little nod.”
Charles was also in the headlines for the sweet moment captured with his daughter-in-law, Kate, who he kissed on the cheek as he greeted the couple.
The photos indicate a close bond between the pair, who have known each other since William and Kate began dating, in 2003.
Reports have shown lately that Kate is a “natural leader,” and “pillar of strength” within the family, which is needed after the tumultuous few years they have faced.
The rare outing together could be the start of a new “slimmed down monarchy,” that Charles supposedly wants to implement.
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The royal family has about 22 high-ranking members, which Charles reportedly plans to whittle down to a team of just eight key members.
The new Firm could include Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Queen, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, and Anne, Princess Royal.
Along with financial reasons, Charles may have taken inspiration from Sweden’s King Carl Gustaf, who in 2019 stripped most of his grandchildren of their HRH titles, with the exception of the future “heir and spare” to the throne.
The move was described by some as “woke,” and could be the future for many monarchies around the world to stay relevant.
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It has also been recently reported that Charles is likely to downsize Buckingham Palace when he becomes King.
The Mail on Sunday wrote that a source revealed that Charles will keep just one small apartment, rather than all 52 rooms in the royal residence.
“It will be a much more modest flat-above-the-shop situation akin to that of the prime minister at Downing Street,” the source told the Mail on Sunday.
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