Getty photographer Chris Jackson has shared insight into what it was like to capture the coronation, and watch the moment King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla walked out onto Buckingham Palace balcony from a unique perspective.

Taking to Instagram, Jackson shared a rare image that gave the public a small sense of what Charles and Camilla would see from the balcony.

“An honour to shoot ‘behind the scenes’ and a never seen before angle from today’s historic Coronation, what a day!!!!!! Save a 🥂 for me!”, he captioned the post.

That wasn’t the only ‘behind-the-scenes’ look at the King and Queen’s time on the Palace balcony. Jackson also shared a photo of the pair watching the Royal Navy, Army Air Corps and Royal Air Force doing a flypast.

The image shows the aircraft leaving a trail of red, white and blue exhaust as they flew over the proceedings.

“What a view! What a day!” Jackson captioned the post.

King Charles and Queen Camilla were captured waving to the crowd from the Palace balcony following his coronation at Westminster Abbey.

The pair travelled to the infamous site in a royal carriage for the long-lived tradition.

Charles and Camilla were joined on the balcony by their royal pages and members of the British royal family.

Prince William and Princess Katie appeared on the balcony with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

There were two noticeable absences from the balcony, although neither were expected to be there as only working royals are given the honour of making an appearance on the balcony.

Although Prince Harry did attend the coronation, he left shortly afterwards to travel back to the US for his son Archie’s fourth birthday celebrations.

Prince Andrew was also present at the coronation but not on the balcony as Charles looks to “slim down” the monarchy.

The day marked the first time the royal family appeared on the Buckingham Palace balcony since the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

The late Queen waved to the crowd from the balcony, accompanied by Charles, Camilla, William, Kate and their children during Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June 2022.

She passed away three months later on September 8, 2022, with Prince Charles immediately anointed as King.

Image credit: Getty/Instagram

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