The frenetic agenda of Carlos III, 75 years old: four events in one day on his return to work

Smiling and fit. Carlos III, 75 years old, faces a hectic schedule with four events in 24 hours. This Wednesday the 15th he presided over two: the service of the Order of the British Empire, in a ceremony in which he brought together more than 2,000 people in St. Paul’s Cathedral; and Garden Party in Buckingham with agents from the economic sector. Previously, on Tuesday the 14th, the monarch, who is undergoing cancer treatment, inaugurated the first official portrait of him, which is exhibited at Buckingham Palace; and he was attending an investiture at Windsor Castle.

The Kings have attended the religious service of the Order of the British Empire (OBE), which was established by King George VI to distinguish people for their dedication and effort during the First World War, which took place in the morning.

It so happens that a week ago, in the same St. Paul’s Cathedral, his son Harry celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games. A central act for which he traveled from Los Angeles, where he resides. Despite the urgency of the agendas, Harry did not see his father, who days before said he was “very busy” to meet with his prodigal son.

Prior to this mass, the Sovereign unveiled the oil painting by artist Jonathan Yeo, a painting commissioned by The Draper’s Company. “It is the first official portrait to be completed since Her Majesty’s Coronation. It will hang in Draper’s Hall, London,” The Royal House has explained.