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Queen Elizabeth reveals the reason why she didn’t feature in Charles’ birthday portrait.

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On 14th November, Clarence House released two official portraits to celebrate the Prince of Wales, Charles' 70th birthday.  It is a very interesting reason, keeping in mind the future of British monarchy. In those two pretty family photos, we see the gorgeous seven-month-old, Prince Louis in his mother, Kate Middleton's arms, next to his father, Prince William. We also saw

Queen Elizabeth gives rare emotional speech at Prince Charles’ 70th birthday party.


Prince Charles celebrated his 70th birthday in style, complete with a toast from his mother, Queen Elizabeth. He celebrated his birthday at Buckingham Palace.  Her Majesty made a sweet speech praising her eldest child and heir to the throne.  It was at the party at the Buckingham Palace yesterday. People noted that she was honoured to be there to

Prince Charles shared the sweetest picture with Prince Louis.


Prince Charles shared a heartwarming moment with Prince Louis, as an exclusive BBC documentary revealed a more kind side of the heir to the throne. Charles' affection for his grandchildren has always shown a bright side of him.  A doting Prince Charles, whose birthday falls on November 14, was filmed gazing adoringly at William and Kate's youngest child, Prince

‘Rebel’ Prince Charles could put monarchy at risk.


Charles, the "rebel" heir to the throne, will face a battle to win over Britons and could even put the monarchy at risk if he does not temper his strong views, a royal biographer says. Prince Charles will be the oldest monarch to be crowned when he finally succeeds his mother, Queen Elizabeth. Tom Bower, whose unauthorised "Rebel Prince"

Prince Charles faces royal snub for this reason.

Prince Charles

Charles may be forced to wait a significant time until he ascends to the throne after the Queen made some secret comments. Comments were quashing rumours she may be on the verge of abdicating in a similar fashion to other European monarchs. Prince Charles, who is going to be 70, is the oldest and longest-serving heir to the British