Matt Dunham, il fotografo dell'Ap che ha scattato l'immagine di Carlo e Camilla terrorizzati dento la Rolls circondati dagli studenti cattivi, si è trovato nel mezzo della bufera perché la polizia - dopo che lui si era allontanato per trasmettere le foto all'agenzia - non gli ha più permesso di raggiungere il Parlamento dove fino a quel momento c'erano stati gli scontri più intensi. Così s'è messo a seguire un gruppo di studenti arrabbiati in giro per Londra. E ha fatto bingo.
"Charles seemed to be waving calmly at first, trying to be amicable, but then he looked worried. Camilla was visibly agitated. There were a couple of people taking pictures with their mobile phones, but I knew I was the only newspaper photographer around. I had previously turned off my flash because it had attracted protesters who had tried to wrench my camera away. But the light was so bad by this time it would have been impossible to get a shot inside a car without it. The adrenaline was running by now. So I turned it on and took five pictures. I realised they were important and I saw another guy shooting video on his phone. So I got him into a taxi and we went back to AP's offices in Camden."