CONFIDENTIAL EDEN: Amazing image shows Charles sporting stubble when he met Johnny Cash in the 1970s

King Charles lets his hair grow longer. Maybe he can grow a beard too?

The daughter of music legend Johnny Cash shared this photo of the hairy monarch when he met her father in 1976, en route to Princess Anne at the Montreal Olympics.

Musician Roseanne Cash says, “I’ve been debating whether or not to post this photo all day, but it’s just too good to keep a secret.”

The daughter of music legend Johnny Cash shared this photo of the hairy monarch when he met her father in 1976, en route to Princess Anne at the Montreal Olympics.

King Charles lets his hair grow longer.  Maybe he can grow a beard too?

King Charles lets his hair grow longer. Maybe he can grow a beard too?

C4 forced to cancel ‘dirty’ Frankie Boyle show on royals

Asking Frankie Boyle to make a documentary about the royal family always caused unrest.

To broadcast the program after the beloved queen’s death would evoke horror.

And now I’ve heard that Channel 4 has suspended plans to run the show.

“You won’t be seeing that show for very long,” an insider said. A Channel 4 spokesperson said: “We are closely reviewing our schedules in light of events and any changes will be announced.”

Former Mock The Week panelist Boyle expressed his frustration, saying, “Let’s take a moment to reflect on everyone who just put the finishing touches on a humorous documentary about the monarchy.”

Last month, I reported that the public network had commissioned the controversial comedian to create Frankie Boyle: Monarchy.

It read that he ‘sets his wry eye on the state of the British monarchy and its future’, adding: ‘He wonders: ‘Will the monarchy soon be put out of its misery as it gently slips under the soft cushion of our collective apathy. ? Does the royal family have a place in the modern world?’ ‘

Boyle, 50, has previously made “jokes” about the Queen so offensive that one Conservative MP described them as “outrageously mean”.

David Davis said, “Just because the Queen is the Queen doesn’t mean she doesn’t have feelings, and she shouldn’t be subjected to that kind of commentary on a national TV show.”

The BBC had to remove a line from Comic Relief coverage in 2013 after Boyle, who commented on the Queen’s hospitalization, said: ‘I wish she were dead.’

In July, during a performance at Latitude Festival, he said he wished people would stop speculating about the Queen’s death because “that robs my enjoyment of the event when it happens.”

After the Queen’s death, he joked about the King: ‘Charles seems emotional because he thinks how much less hassle there will be if he dies later in the year.

“If he goes halfway through the World Cup, he might not even make the news.”

The spectacle of the Queen’s funeral was undermined for the lords of the Turf Club by an edict forbidding them from a first-floor terrace with an enviable view of The Mall, from which members watch the processions of the Gold, Diamond and Platinum Jubilee, and Prince Willems wedding.

“Looks like the order came from the Metropolitan Police,” I’m told. “Very disappointing.”

Kirsty’s pride at wedding

Kirsty Wark, 67, is pictured with her daughter Caitlin Clements, 32, her husband, TV and film producer Alan Clements, 61, and their actor and playwright son James Clements, 30

Kirsty Wark, 67, is pictured with her daughter Caitlin Clements, 32, her husband, TV and film producer Alan Clements, 61, and their actor and playwright son James Clements, 30

Kirsty Wark was in Balmoral last week to report on the Queen’s death, but the Newsnight host had a joyous occasion to attend before Her Majesty’s funeral.

Her daughter, journalist Caitlin Clements, 32, married public servant Callum Galloway, 31 (below) over the weekend at Kinkell Byre in St Andrews.

Wark, 67, is pictured with the bride, her husband, TV and film producer Alan Clements, 61, and their actor and playwright son James Clements, 30.

Wark's daughter, journalist Caitlin Clements, 32, married public servant Callum Galloway, 31, over the weekend at Kinkell Byre in St Andrews

Wark’s daughter, journalist Caitlin Clements, 32, married public servant Callum Galloway, 31, over the weekend at Kinkell Byre in St Andrews

When comedian Frank Skinner visited King Charles at Clarence House, the then-prince had only one thing on his mind: video-sharing website YouTube.

He said to me, ‘Are you on, um, YouTube? I now have my own channel, only this week. I was reading some comments.’ ‘

Skinner was alarmed by what the King might encounter, as online comments can be downright rude.

‘I said, ‘Really? Don’t read the comments. No, honestly.’ You can imagine some of the horrors that would be there. He said, “Maybe I’ll have my assistant vet them.” ‘

My advice to His Majesty: watch the Mail+ talk show Palace Confidential instead.

Appropriate suit for pop prince at movie premiere

Harry Styles, 28, showed up for the New York premiere of his movie Don't Worry Darling, dressed in a double-breasted jacket that wouldn't have looked out of place on our new monarch

Harry Styles, 28, showed up for the New York premiere of his movie Don’t Worry Darling, dressed in a double-breasted jacket that wouldn’t have looked out of place on our new monarch

Does pop star Harry Styles take style tips from King Charles?

The As It Was singer, 28, showed up for the New York premiere of his movie Don’t Worry Darling, dressed in a double-breasted jacket that wouldn’t look out of place on our new monarch.

It was part of a Gucci suit designed by the friend and collaborator of the former One Direction singer, Alessandro Michele.

Styles’ actress girlfriend Olivia Wilde, 38, who directed the film, caught the eye in a black Yves Saint Laurent maxi dress (below).

Styles' actress girlfriend Olivia Wilde, 38, who directed the film, turned heads in a black Yves Saint Laurent backless maxi dress

Styles’ actress girlfriend Olivia Wilde, 38, who directed the film, turned heads in a black Yves Saint Laurent backless maxi dress

The Queen was the head of the Church of England but cherished a Mormon ‘Bible’ given to her by Olive Osmond, mother of The Osmonds, after a Royal Command Performance in 1972.

Olive handed Her Majesty a copy of the Book of Mormon and said, “I want to give you my most prized possession.”

The Osmonds sang to the Queen again in 2003, and she stopped to talk to Jimmy Osmond and said to him, “I remember your mother, and I still have your Mormon Bible.”

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