A BIZARRE photoframe of a white silhouette behind Prince Charles during his video link appearance has left royal fans baffled today.
The 71-year-old praised the work done to open the new NHS Nightingale Hospital in just nine days to fight coronavirus – streaming the message live from his home in Scotland.
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But some were left perplexed after examining the office behind the future king.
Among a number of heartwarming family photos was a photo frame that appeared to simply have a white silhouette in front of a black background.
One person joked on Twitter: "Did Charles forget to put a picture in the frame?"
Another simply added: "What the…"
Charles was streaming the message from a room at his home in Birkhall, Scotland – using a box and a copy of his own book, Harmony: A New Way of Looking at Our World, to prop up his iPad.
Other photographs behind the Prince of Wales included a shot of him with his sons Prince Harry and William.
A photograph of his mother the Queen was also on display, along with a snap of his wedding day with Camilla.
Charles today hailed the "unbelievable feat of work" that saw a new 4,000-bed coronavirus hospital opened in just nine days.
The new facility is expected to be key in fighting the horrific bug that has so far claimed more than 3,000 lives in the UK.
Speaking from his Scottish home of Birkhall, Prince Charles said his thoughts and prayers would be with the patients who needed treatment for the deadly bug.
He told the crowd, which stood apart according to social distancing rules: "It is without doubt a spectacular and almost unbelievable feat of work in every sense – from its speed of construction as we’ve heard to its size and the skills of those who have created it.
"An example, if ever one was needed of how the impossible can be made possible and how we can achieve the unthinkable through human will and ingenuity."
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In the stirring speech, he added: "In this dark time, this place will be a shining light."
The Army joined with the NHS to transform the ExCel Centre in East London into the new hospital, with it expected to start accepting its first patients tonight.
It was one of his first royal duties back after the future king emerged from seven days of isolation after testing positive for coronavirus.
And the Queen, 93, will address the nation over the coronavirus pandemic on Sunday.
It is rare for the Queen to address the nation other than her annual Christmas Day message.
Buckingham Palace today confirmed the message would be broadcast at 8pm on Sunday 5th April.
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