Prince Charles put a personal spin on the new Buckingham Palace art exhibit, and we’re all for it.
The prince is improving the palace’s tourist appeal by opening a mini museum to the public. Charles gathered rare photos of the royal family, along with some of his favorite artwork, and displayed them in an exhibit for commoners to admire.
The snaps include never-before-seen portraits of Prince William, Prince Harry, Camilla Parker Bowles and, of course, a recent pic from Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding.
According to Vanessa Remington, senior curator of paintings at the Royal Collection, Prince Charles insisted on adding a personal touch.
“It is intended to give a flavor of the Prince of Wales’s owning residences and reflect his personal involvement,” she told People. “He has grown up as a passionate art lover.”
*Books ticket to London*