Published: Wed, November 14, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

New Royal Family photos released to mark Prince Charles' 70th birthday

New Royal Family photos released to mark Prince Charles' 70th birthday

The pictures were taken by Chris Jackson of Getty Images on the grounds of Clarence House.

He is accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall, who takes centre stage at the heart of the family in this joyful portrait, the Daily Mail reports.

The images show the three men who will each be king: Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince George.

Another older photo was released for the first time of Prince Charles holding Prince George at his christening on 23 October 2013.

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Prince William and Duchess Kate stand alongside newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan, having an equally good time. The Duchess of Sussex is in a minimalist white and navy Givenchy number.

Kensington Palace shared a brand new series of photos of the royal family - minus the Queen - smiling and laughing in the garden of Clarence House, where Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, live.

The prince has insisted that today will be a normal working day for his whole family.

To mark his birthday, he will attend a special tea party heralding 70 inspirational people who also turned 70 this year.

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Guest editing an issue of Country Life magazine, the Prince has written 1,960-word letter in which he warns that the countryside and its people can not be taken for granted.

So strong is Charles's love for the red squirrels at his Scottish estate, the heir to the throne has named them all and even allows them inside to explore.

However, William acknowledged that Charles still believed he had much to achieve.

He said: "I would like him to have more time with the children".

"I'm not that stupid", he said.

Happy birthday Your Royal Highness. He added: "It is very important to create a bond when they are very young".

ITV hosted the We Are Most Amazed and Amused concert earlier in November to celebrate Charles' milestone birthday at London Palladium with a fleet of a-list stars on the guestlist.

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