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Prince Charles has lost one of his closest advisers

Julian Payne, who has been in charge of the image of Prince Charles and his wife Camilla for the past 5 years, has recently left his position.

Prince Charles loses one of his closest advisors. Surrounded by a team well trained to manage his royal affairs, a central member of this organization has just left the office of the Crown Prince and Camilla Parker Bowles after five years of loyal service.

Indeed, Julian Payne, in charge of the image of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, has resigned. A key position for many members of the British royal family, who now rely heavily on a way to enhance their image to increase their popularity, including Prince Charles.

It should be said that since taking office five years ago, Julian Payne has done a lot for the royal couple, including encouraging them to use social networks such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. These means of communication are now the best relay between the crowned heads and their fans, and on which they regularly post photos of their official outings, or videos to enable them to pass on messages about their engagements.

A resignation that is none other than a very personal decision for Julian Payne, since our sources say he has been offered a position as President of Corporate Affairs for Edelman. Considering perhaps that his work with Prince Charles was over.

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Prince Charles confides in his style of dress

It must be said that for several months now, the eldest son of Elizabeth II has mastered more than ever his image as Duke of Cornwall. And that passes in particular by his way of dressing, very noticed in the British aristocracy, he is one of the best dressed men in the world according to certain magazines. “I care about details and colors and things like that – and color combinations. I’m lucky because I can find wonderful people who are brilliant creators who do things that I enjoy,” he told Vogue, adding that “it’s and because of that, [that he tries] to make them last longer.

Photos credits: Action Press

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