Saturday , April 17 2021

Celebrations of the 70th birthday of Prince Charles to start the party of Buckingham Palace

With a busy schedule, meeting with foreign leaders and community workers, it was normal for Prince Charles today to celebrate his 70th birthday.

But the Queen is going to organize a lavish party tonight at Buckingham Palace tonight, as her son is not only the oldest heir to British throne but also the oldest.

She invited royalty members from all over Europe and family and close friends to the gala banquet to end a few days of celebrations.

But before the actual extravagance tonight, the Prince of Wales had a full day of commitments.

This morning he was at his London residence Clarence House to meet with former Kosovo president Atifete Jahjaga, who was his host when he visited the country in 2016.

A new family photo was released to mark the future king's birthday (Clarence House via Getty Images)

After lunch, he met with Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel, who demonstrates his ability to govern and consider the world's diplomatic scene.

Later this afternoon he was attending a tea reception where he and the Duchess of Cornwall were gathering 70 70-year-old people named for their work in the local communities.

The day is typical for the job-prone prince who usually does 14 hours a day and falls asleep at his desk, as Prince Harry said in a BBC documentary.

Prince Charles turns 70 on Wednesday (PA)

Prince Philip has not been seen in a public engagement since Princess Eugenie's wedding last month – missing Remembrance Day services last week – but the 97-year-old singer will make every effort to celebrate her son's birthday at the party. today.

Charles has a good relationship with many members of European royalty, including King Harald and Queen Sonja of Norway. They are likely to attend, and Crown Prince Haakon and his wife, the Crown Princess Mette-Marit, have already accepted invitations.

The King of Belgium Philippe and Queen Mathilde will also be there.

Danish Crown Prince Frederik and Princess Mary confirmed their presence in a post on the Danish royal website. The couple got along well with Prince William and Kate, and Frederik also attended Harry's Invictus Games in Sydney last month.

The representation of the Netherlands will be Princess Beatrix, a former Queen of the Netherlands who abdicated in 2013. It is not known whether her son, King Willem-Alexander, and wife Queen Maxima, who paid an official visit to the United Kingdom last month, will be there.

British royalties include William and Kate, Harry and Meghan, Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, Princess Anne and her husband Timothy Laurence, and the Duke of York and the daughters Beatrice and Eugenie.

There will also be representatives from some of the 420 charities of which Charles is a patron or president.

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