A series of photographs have come to light unpublished in which you can see Lady Di next King Charles III On an ordinary day of your life, the experts reveal is about photos which will be auctioned on March 4 for charity purposes. The captures show the happy couple as familysince it dates from the year in which his first son was born, the the prince William.
According to information shared by the Daily Mirror newspaper, reveal It is a series of 22 photos unpublished in which you can see different members of the royal family, among these are the appearance of Lady Di next King Charles IIIWhat is striking is that the postcards date from 1982, the year in which the the prince William and when they were still one family.
The photos unpublished They will be auctioned at the beginning of March at Willingham Auctions, in Cambridgeshire, whoever is the biggest auctioneer will also take the negatives of these photographs. According to the auctioneers, the postcards were taken in Balmoral. These are photographs that show this facet of the family happy, because you can see Lady Di very happy loading the the prince William.
Being an unconventional situation where you can see the King Charles III already Lady Di like a happy family with his son, the the prince Williamit is estimated that the collection of photos unpublished be purchased for hundreds of pounds. And it is that seeing the princess of Wales and the next monarch in this way has attracted attention, since you can see the king excited by the birth of his first descendant.
According to the auctioneers, reveal that this series of photos unpublished This is the first collection in which you can see Lady Di in a quite relaxed environment like this, because never before had the princess been seen in the company of her family with the King Charles III happy and smiling, the reason for this, the birth of the the prince William.
For their part, a few weeks ago they auctioned off a series of 32 letters that belonged to Lady Diin which the Princess of Wales expressed how stormy her separation from King Charles III. These personal texts sold for a total of £145,550.