King Charles' Official Portrait Called 'Satanic,' Sparks Confusion

King Charles’ Official Portrait Called ‘Satanic,’ Sparks Confusion


King Charles III’s first official portrait was just unveiled, and it’s interesting, to say the least.

The portrait, painted by British artist Jonathan Yeo, was unveiled at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday on the social media platform X.

It marks the first official portrait of Charles since his coronation last May.

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The portrait, save for Charles’ face and hands, is also entirely red. Charles is depicted in an all-red military uniform of the Welsh Guards, sword in hand, set against an all-red background.

According to CNN, the portrait was commissioned in 2020 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Charles’ membership in the Drapers’ Company, a historic fraternal organization that funds education initiatives in the United Kingdom.

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