I’M sure Prince Harry will bitterly regret walking away from royal duties when he sees the official Coronation Day photo of people who do their bit to help his dad.
The line-up without him and Andrew fills me with sadness.
Future historians will pore over it and discuss why the King’s son and brother are absent.
But photographer Hugo Burnand has done another excellent job on the portraits.
The King and Queen together is the one I admire most.
You can clearly see how comfortable the couple are in each other’s company.
But the King does not seem at ease where he is holding the Orb and Sceptre.
He looks weighed down by the symbols.
And why on earth did they cut his feet off?
Charles needs someone he can totally trust by his side – just like the late Queen had with Philip.
I love the portrait of Queen Camilla on her own. The photo tells me she will support her husband in everything he does.
That pose is so familiar to me when I am taking her picture.
She was a very pretty girl who has aged with beauty and grace.
You can see exactly why the King fell in love with her.