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The Royal family moved quickly to capitalize on their globally watched coronation pageantry day by releasing specially shot films and footage from King Charles And Queen CamillaThe big day of the big day caught behind the scenes.

Prince William and Kate Middleton released a short film set to music showing royal fans their day beginning at Kensington Palace, with the couple and two of their children, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, all dressed in their coronation regalia, leaving Kensington Palace for Westminster Abbey.

There were street shots filled with brightly colored horses and service personnel and cheering crowds, as well as Charles and Camilla in the Gold State Coach and William and Kate and their children in their carriage. Next is the film of the extended royal family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. The final image was of Charles and Camilla waving to the crowd on their second outing to the palace balcony.

The message accompanying the video read, “What. A day. Thanks to everyone who made it possible #Coronation

Meanwhile, footage taken by famed royal photographer Chris Jackson from Buckingham Palace shows Charles and Camilla’s perspective of the crowds below cheering as they wave during their balcony moment.

Queen Camilla, left, and King Charles face the crowd.

Chris Jackson/Getty Images for Buckingham Palace

Another photo shows the couple in coronation attire. An image of the Red Arrows flypast over the balcony is taken behind the crowned heads of Charles and Camilla, while an image of Camilla in her Coronation dress reveals the embroidery of her beloved dogs and the names of her son Tom and his grandchildren Gus and Lola. A final image of Charles and Camilla taken by Jackson from behind shows the couple staring at each other on the balcony facing the crowds below.

Queen Camilla, left, and King Charles, pictured from behind, watch the Red Arrows flypast from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

Chris Jackson/Getty Images for Buckingham Palace


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