King Charles III revealed his official portrait at Buckingham Palace.

The portrait depicts him in the red uniform of the Welsh Guards.

Artist Jonathan Yeo created the  larger-than-life painting.

Charles first saw the portrait at Buckingham Palace.

Yeo started the portrait before  Charles became king.

The portrait measures approximately  8 1/2 by 6 1/2 feet.

It will be displayed at the Philip Mould Gallery and Drapers’ Hall.

The portrait celebrates Charles' 50  years with the Drapers’ Company.

The Drapers’ Company began as a trade association for wool merchants.

It evolved to include philanthropy  and grant-giving.

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