There is nothing like a real time of union between father and children.
Prince Charles was photographed in the midst of a frank moment with Prince William and Prince Harry of the 100th anniversary celebrations of the Royal Air Force in July. Photographer Chris Jackson captured the photo of Charles flanked by his two children, all with an elegant appearance in their uniforms, while sharing a laugh.
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The new add-on was released as part of a series of photos of Jackson after the royal family member went off duty until his 70th birthday. It was taken at the same time as a portrait of the trio that was part of the series of six Royal Mail stamps that honored Charles' birthday milestone earlier this month.
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Photographer Jackson published on Instagram a portrait of Prince Louis and Prince Charles, recently presented, and wrote: "I spent much of last year documenting some intimate moments and" behind the scenes "with the Prince of Wales to celebrate his 70th birthday It has really been an incredible privilege to create such a unique set of images and a lot of fun at the same time. "
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Prince Harry and Prince William talked about their father for Prince, son and heir: Carlos at 70, a documentary that aired this month on the BBC before his 70th birthday. In addition to Harry talking about his father walking with Meghan Markle down the aisle of his wedding and William sharing that he is a "brilliant" grandfather, they shared how Charles instilled respect for nature and the environment by taking them on "collection" trips of garbage".
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"He took us to pick up trash when we were young, on vacation. "We were in Norfolk during the school holidays and went out to pick up trash with him," said William, 36.. "We think that this is perfectly normal, everyone should do it. We were there with our quills stabbing the trash in black plastic bags. "
"He has done an incredible job," added Harry, 34, of his father. "Without telling us what we should be doing or the direction in which we should go, he lets us learn from the nature of work, learn from it, learn from Mom."