Prince Charles celebrated his 72nd birthday on 14th November 2020. The heir apparent of the British monarch, the Prince of Wales, received good wishes and heartiest prayers from all his admirers throughout Britain. Members of the royal family took to social media to congratulate the prince on this eventful day.
Queen Elizabeth, aged 94 years, shared an old memory of hers with her son through a black and white snap, quoting the picture, “Wishing the Prince of Wales a very happy birthday today!”
The Prince of Wales has two sons from his marriage to Princess Diana. Charles is a doting grandfather to all four of his grandchildren: Prince George, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte from Prince William and Archie from Prince Harry.
Thus, Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge and his wife Kate Middleton got on their Instagram accounts to mark the occasion by sharing a smiling picture of the Prince of Wales, and wrote, “Wishing a very Happy Birthday to His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales! 🎂”
In response to all the due respect and complements to their father, Charles posted from the Clarence House Instagram handle, gratefully accepting the numerous wishes, “Thank you for all the well wishes on The Prince of Wales’s 72nd Birthday! 🎉”
Prince Charles Celebrates Birthday with Country Life Magazine
To commemorate the occasion, Prince Charles appeared as the Guest Editor for Country Life Magazine. This was his third consecutive year appearing in this role. The prince took this opportunity to emphasize the importance of solidarity and converging to protect and conserve the environment. He has always been an advocate of the conservation of resources for the world’s long-term peace and sustainability.
The royal also identified this global tragedy of coronavirus as an awakening summon for everyone to regroup and reassess their role in the survival of the world while they try and recover from this global calamity.
It is an opportunity to reconstruct the world around the principles of sustainable development. He termed this effort as a measure to prioritize not only Mother Nature but “our children and our grandchildren.”
Queen Elizabeth’s eldest son was full of praise for society to show perseverance and resourcefulness to fight the global pandemic. Thus, he insisted that society demonstrates the same single-mindedness in fighting climate change, which is an even bigger threat to future generations and the world.