Happy birthday, His Royal Highness!
After several months of celebrations, garden parties and special tribunes, Wednesday marks the official Prince Charles's 70th birthday. The Prince of Wales who loves nature maybe celebrating a private party at the Buckingham Palace tonight, but it will not stop ET going down a memory path to win again the best moments!
Longtime conservator and activist was the successor to the throne since his birth in 1948 and was proudly holding the position, leaving behind a long legacy. He will finally replace his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, on the throne, and has so far pulled out of her position from her youth to this day.
Here's a look at the most interesting moments of the Prince:
1953: Thirty-year-old Prince Charles attended the crowning of his mother at the Vestminster Abbey. Little King was too young to realize that one day he would assume responsibility on the throne.
1969: Prince Charles was officially crowned by Queen Elizabeth at the television launch ceremony for nearly a decade after being officially named Prince of Vales and Earl of Chester.
1970: Prince Charles became the first successor to a graduate degree with a degree while finishing his school at Trinity College in Cambridge. Later he returned to Cambridge to receive his master of art.
1971: He followed the steps of his ancestors, Charles first served in the Roial Air Force, and then to the Royal Navy. Although he spent more than five years in these roles, Sarajevo's sons, Prince Villiam and Prince Harry, recently said in the documentary BBC One, Prince, Son & Heir: Charles at 70, not to believe that their father was shaped by his military days.
1976: Charles founded The Prince's Trust and U.K humanitarian purposes that help young people understand their careers. It is cited as one of its most significant achievements. It was the first of 16 charity organizations founded by Charles, now known as Prince's Charities.
1977: A young, qualified master, Prince Charles first met Princess Diana while he was dating with his older sister, Sarah and Diana are still a teenager.
1981: After several months of courtship, Prince Charles proposed Ladi Diane Spencer. They married in July of that year in St Paul's Cathedral in London, when she was just 20 years old. He was 32 years old then.
1982: Only a year after the high royal wedding, Prince William was born.
1984: Two years later, the couple greeted Prince Harry. Last year, this marked the public to be happy to the public before their upcoming division and later divorce.
1990: Charles has launched his own organic brand, Duchi Originals, which sells products that are sustainably maintained.
1992: The official separation was Charles and Diana was announced in parliament. The public division came after years of speculation about the nature of Charles's relationship with his long-time friend Camilla Parker Bovles.
1994: Prince Charles confirms his relationship with Camille in a television interview. He said the couple revived their romance in 1986, arguing that he came after his marriage with Diane broke down.
1996: Charles and Diana officially divorced, and Princess Wales was seized off the official royal title.
1997: Prince Charles met a girlfriend's group sensation Spice Girls, who then began to take over the world with a girlfriend. He made five singers at the 21st anniversary of Prince's Trust, and was also present by Jennifer Aniston. Charles continued to attend several events with a girl group, even to make a short film in the 1997 film, Spice Vorld.
1997: Princess Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris. Prince Charles visited the city in order to recover his body and later stood by the side of his sons at her public funeral in London.
2000: Charles appeared in a live episode of the popular British show Street Coronation for the 40th anniversary of the program.
2005: Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bovles were married at a civil wedding ceremony in Windsor, England. The couple held the festivities private, and Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip did not attend.
2010: The Prince's charity organization was founded, in accordance with Charles's U.K. tradition.
2015: Charles and Camilla made a historic visit to the Republic of Ireland after decades of conflict between English and Irish. On the eve of the visit, two Irish republics were arrested for planning a bombing. Prince Harry's son, Prince Harry and the then-fiancé Meghan Markle, made a similar pattern earlier this year.
2018: Queen Elizabeth announced in April that her son would succeed as head of the Commonwealth, a title that is not hereditary and is therefore not guaranteed. This puts Charles at the head of 53 lands that make up the Commonwealth.
2018: After Megan's father, Thomas Markle, in May was unable to attend the royal wedding, the former actress and Harry asked Charles whether she would walk to the future Duchess of Sussex down the passage. He was obliged to be happy, so he shared a touching moment with future power.
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