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VIDEO: King Charles III’s portrait draws mixed reactions online

King Charles III unveiled the first official portrait of himself on Tuesday.

The King and his wife Queen Camilla were on hand as the portrait was unveiled at the Buckingham Palace.

The portrait, which stands over six feet tall, was painted over the course of three years by Jonathan Yeo, a U.K.-based artist, according to the Palace.

Meanwhile, the painting and its bold red tone quickly drew mixed reactions online, including in the comments section of the Palace’s Instagram post about the portrait.

See the video of the painting’s unveiling:

See the comments:

Despite the unsparing criticisms, there are commendations also:

Artist Jonathan Yeo, left, and Britain’s King Charles III at the unveiling of artist Yeo’s portrait of the King, in the blue drawing room at Buckingham Palace, in London
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