Prince William and Camilla, Queen Consort were seen sharing a touching moment when they attended King Charles III's proclamation at St James's Palace on Saturday.
The new Prince of Wales was seen putting out a guiding hand behind his stepmother Camilla, who now bears the style Her Majesty, as she almost missed her step.
William, followed by Camilla, entered the Picture Gallery and stepped into the forefront. The pair also signed the declaration for King Charles in the opulent room which was packed with some 200 Privy Counsellors.
Queen Consort, dressed in black and wearing a three-strand pearl necklace, stared straight ahead, surveying the scene, as six former prime ministers, the entire Cabinet, and religious and political leaders past and present listened intently to the ceremony.
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