Today, the anniversary is the eldest son of Queen Prince Charles – Elizabeth II. He is 70 years old.
According to Sky News, on the occasion of the anniversary, the palace announced two new official photographs.
These photos are taken in September 2018 by photographer Chris Jackson at Charles London.
Source: Sky News
In the photo, Prince Charles' s birthday is the eldest son of Prince George, and his wife Camilla is Prince William and his wife Catherine. He has the youngest son, Prince Harry, and his wife Megan. Beside Camilla is the daughter of William and Catherine (Princess Charlotte).
On Sunday, November 14, 1948, a year after the marriage of Princess Elizabeth of York and her spouse Philip Mountbatten (wedding on November 20, 1947), 21 hours and 14 minutes GMT, at Buckingham Palace on Sunday Born.
Forty-one artillery dens were launched in honor of the birth of the prince. The bell of the Westminster Abbey rang 5,000 times. Trafalgar Square has brightened. The crew received twice the rum.
On December 15, 1948, the prince's baptism took place in the music room of Buckingham Palace (he was baptized by Archbishop of Canterbury, Jeffrey Fisher). His godmother was Princess Margaret, Elizabeth's sister.
Three years and three months (February 1952), he became a successor to the British throne after the death of George VI and the joining of Elizabeth II.
On June 2, 1953, I attended the coronation of his mother, sitting next to her grandmother and aunt.
For five to eight years he received an editorial (home schooling), and he worked for tutor Katherine Peebles.
After graduating from high school, Charles entered the University of Cambridge despite his ordinary certificate and received a Bachelor of Arts (Humanities) degree in 1970. In 1975, according to college tradition, he was awarded the degree of "Master of Arts".
On July 26, 1958, Prince Charles was given the title of Prince of Wales, but the ceremonial ceremony that Elizabeth II crowned the prince 's head on his son' s head only took place on July 1, 1969, in Carnarvon, Wales.
In 1979 he proposed to his granddaughter, Luis Mountbetten, the last governor of India, the legendary commander of Amanda Natchbull, his second cousin, but Amanda did not agree with her marriage.
In 1980 Charles met Sarah Spencer, the daughter of Spencer's eighth Earl, John Spencer, and met his sister, Diana, who married on July 29, 1981.
But the marriage failed. The relationship between spouses soon deteriorated, and since 1992 they have officially separated and divorced in 1996. Significant public attention was attracted to these scandals, and it was not the best way to influence the prestige of the Prince of Wales. Diana died in a car accident in Paris in 1997.
On April 9, 2005, Prince Charles was married for the second time to marry Camilla Parker Bowles, a longtime girlfriend who had a relationship with her before marriage. The wedding ceremony was held for the first time in the history of the royal family in the civil law, not the church order.
The Queen 's cousin married a man.