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The official portrait of King Charles III, which has been distributed free for display in public institutions and schools since February, has sparked debate in the United Kingdom. The footage, taken at Windsor Castle, shows the monarch smiling smartly without traditional royal attire, drawing criticism from anti-monarchy group Republic. They point out that the cost to taxpayers during the country's cost of living crisis is £8 million (equivalent to 49 million riyals). According to the Cabinet, distribution of paintings is a way of continuing the tradition.
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