Pictured: King’s first official photo shows him attending his red box

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They will contain documents from government ministers in the UK and the wealthy, as well as Commonwealth representatives, sent from his private secretary’s office to the king wherever he is in the world in a sealed, red mailing box. .

Beside him are more papers, one of which is tied with a ribbon.

The photo of the king was released by Buckingham Palace two weeks and two days after Queen Elizabeth II’s death.

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It follows a long tradition of portraits of new monarchs.

In 1952, just days after she took the throne, the Queen wore a diadem for her official portraits of Dorothy Wilding, which formed the basis for the image of the monarch on millions of postage stamps from 1953 to 1971.

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