and her 70-year reign earlier
faced a challenging dilemma. He had his camera trained at the
as he made all of the faces on the emoji keyboard,
a viral star of the bank holiday weekend.
the Royal Photographer for Rex by Shutterstock,
catch them all.
“For us it’s far more
when the children are there,” Rooke
in a recent interview.
miss a few
. It was quite difficult. He made some great expressions, but the
is that you’re obviously not just there to
So you’re also looking at the
Prince of Wales
and so on, and when you look at somebody else, it’s inevitable you end up missing other
works as a metaphor for the royal
’ jobs overall.
Ever since 1991
, Rooke has been a full-time royal photographer, giving him unique insight into the
and their day-to-day lives.
He noted that the
and the photographers who follow them have a “
” and good-natured