Published: Thu, December 28, 2017
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

British mother randomly snaps best Christmas Day photo of the Royals

British mother randomly snaps best Christmas Day photo of the Royals

'I was just sort of shouting and I just went 'Merry Christmas!' like an idiot.

Using her cell phone, Murdoch took a picture of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry and his bride-to-be, Meghan Markle in her first public appearance with Queen Elizabeth II and her first Christmas with the family.

The response to this image has been "bizarre and bonkers", Anvil told the BBC.

Now, we cannot show the photo here just yet, but Karen did post the photo on Twitter so the world could share her special moment of surprise when she realised she captured such a wonderful moment!

"We couldn't believe that all four of them came in a line, which was mad", she said. "I was fan-girling". "I'm quite a big girl but I ran across the field to get there".

The photograph caused a sensation, hitting the front pages of many of Britain's leading daily newspapers, including The Telegraph, the Daily Mail, The Guardian and The Sun.

Murdoch told the BBC her secret to attracting the Royals' attention. "The rest is history".

Hours later, as she was still receiving messages from media organisations asking for permission to use the picture, some Twitter users advised her to get an agent to handle the photo and not simply give it away.

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Amongst the best photographers in United Kingdom, Anvil snapped a photo for social media just like everyone else in the large crowd. "It's the flawless picture".

"I hope this will help, because she wants to go into some form of nursing".

"Now I want to save money for my daughter for uni and if I can do that, and can get that opportunity that's fantastic", she said.

Ms Anvil, who has two jobs, said she hates to "play the single mum card" but admitted earning some extra cash was too good an opportunity to pass up.

"Getting all four of them lined up like that - it was a stunning snap", the lensman told the BBC. She made this promise while she was battling an illness and kept her word when she took her daugher to see the royals at their annual Christmas Day service. "It was pot luck her being in the right spot, but she still got the photo".

In the time it took to press her iPhone, a single mother from Norfolk, England, became almost as famous as the royal family she photographed.

Needless to say, the single mother was shocked by the reaction to her photo.

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