Prince Charles Appears in Vanity Fair Just Like Meghan Markle

2020-02-24 01:48:17    阅读:502199

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e hanging with Prince Harry. Chris Jackson/Getty ImagesMeghan Markle is now a full-fledged royal, but members of the monarchy are taking cues from the erstwhile Hallmarkactress’ early years, before she married Prince Harry.Prince Charles appears on Vanity Fair‘sLondon cover this month

(he’s also in a glossy print spread in the U.S. edition) with an interview that took place just before Markle walked down the aisle in May 2018. Markle herself posed on the magazine’s October 2017 cover, in which she declared her love for her then-boyfriend

, Prince Harry. View this post on Instagram What an amazing honor to be able to photograph HRH Prince Charles and HRH The Duchess of Cornwall for @vanityfair and @vfldn. (Cover of UK edition shown here). A huge thank you to the team at @clarenceHouse,  @radhikajones and @runronrun @vfphoto for an incredible day. #HRHPrinceCharles @theroyalfamilyA post shared by Alexi Lubomirski (@alexilubomirski) on Nov 1, 2018 at 5:50am PDTWe already knew Prince Charles and his daughter-in-law were close, as he stepped in for the Duchess of Sussex’s absent father to walk her down the aisle at her nuptials, though we wonder if they’re true best friends like train pals Markle and Queen Elizabeth.Subscribe to Obs

erver’s Lifestyle NewsletterPrince Charles stepped up for Markle at her wedding. DOMINIC LIPINSKI/AFP/Getty ImagesMarkle’sVFstory mostly focused on her future fianc (they announced their engageme2020年马会送四肖 nt the following month) to the chagrin of her friend Priyanka Chopra, who criticized the magazine’s emphasis on Markle’s lov

e life instead of her work as an actress, philanthropist and activist.Some royals sharing a laugh. Chris Jackson/Getty ImagesGranted, at the time Markle had appeared on the USA seriesSuitsand had been running a lifestyle blog, so the fact that the magazine didn’t give her the same treatment as past cover stars like former president Barack Obama, Meryl Streep and Kate Moss isn’t exactly shocking. View this post on Instagram As V.F. cover st

ar Prince Charles celebrates his 70th birthday, James Reginato hops on a royal flight for a close-up with the someday sovereign and his queen. Follow the link in bio

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for the Prince’s exclusive subscribers cover. Photographs by @alexilubomirski.A post shared by Vanity Fair LONDON (@vanityfairlondon) on Nov 1, 2018 at 2:35am PDTPrince Charles’ interview, on the other hand, emphasizes his life with the Duchess of Cornwall, his environmental work and his impending 70th birthday—the future King of England i

s going all out with the celebrations this year. We also found out that the royal correspondents are big fans of Camilla Parker-Bowles, as she and Prince Charles are far friendlier and more relaxed than the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.“[Camilla is]my favorite royal, by a country mile,” one correspondent toldVanity Fair.“She knows all our names, she fosters a sense that we’re all in this together. She always gives you a little gleam in her eye and will find a moment to look at our cameras,” said another, addin

g that the new generation of royals are “control freaks” about their coverage.Princes Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles are apparently the favorites. Tim Rooke - WPA Pool/Getty ImagesPrince Charles is far from the first royal to appear on the magazine’s cover. Prince William posed for it in September 2003, around his 21st birthday, for a story on young royals, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were pictured on the cover in July 2011—the pages did feature exclusive new photos, but neither Prince William nor Kate Middleton gave any kind of an interview. And, of course, nev

er forget the truly iconic cover of Princess Diana in 1997.T

he Duke and Duchess of Cambridge appeared on a Vanity Fair cover in 2011, shortly after they tied the knot, but they di

d not grant an interview. Chris Jackson

/Getty ImagesAt this point, it looks like Prince Harry and Kate Mi

ddleton, who posed forBritishVogue‘s special 100th anniversary cover this year, are the only major royals left who still need their own special Vanity Fair cover.