Loyal Royal photographer given unique view of Duke's funeral
A cute story has emerged days after the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh. Royal photographer Arthur Edwards, who has covered the Royal Family for many years, was given a camouflaged spot designed by Prince Phillip from which he took photos of the funeral. Arthur was located right on the top steps leading into St. George's Chapel. Arthur was literally hiding in plain sight.
Arthur told ITV news hosts that as well as having a prime viewing spot he was provided with a packed lunch and a beautiful, puffy soft cushion with a crown on it to sit on for the three hours he was in his hidey hole.
|One of Arthur's photos taken from his hidey hole|