As A Way Of Celebrating His 70th Birthday, Prince Charles Released New Pictures Of Members Of His Family
Prince Charles celebrated his 70th birthday to the joy of his family, friends and fans.
As one of the many ways of commemorating this event, some new photos of royal family members were released for our viewing pleasure.
The State Rooms in the palace, according to reports, were the selected venue for the reception and dinner. In attendance, there was close family and friends, along with some European royals as well.
A large number of pictures relating to Prince Charles and his family have been released online, via a new online project which is part of the celebration of the Prince’s 70th birthday.
One of the pictures shows Prince Charles looking every bit like a doting grandpa, holding the heir to the throne, Prince George, at the youngsters' christening.
Usually, this picture can be found in the Garden Room at Clarence House, on top of the piano, but it is now one of the dozens that have been shared online.
A Google Arts and Culture platform has been launched and fans of the royal family will be able to view these pics, as well as photos of the Prince's London art collection.
In one of the pictures, taken back in the 1950s, Prince Charles and Princess Anne can be seen meeting David Attenborough and a cockatoo.
A funny set of pictures, taken in Scotland, show the Prince dressed in a kilt on a fishing trip with his son, Prince Harry. In the photos, the young Prince tries to cast his line, but instead, hooks Prince Charles's sweater.
The name of the online project is ‘The Charity of The Prince Of Wales.’ The project also takes you into the carefully redone interior of the Dumfries House and the ground floor at the Clarence House, using 360-degree Street View imagery.
You can also, via the virtual platform, visit Prince Charles's garden at Highgrove.
Prince Charles has been celebrating his birthday in grand style.
As a way of celebrating this milestone in Prince Charles's life, six fresh stamps which feature the Prince were released by Royal Mail and the Clarence House.
The selection of six images include The Prince pictured with The Duchess of Cornwall and his sons The Duke of Cambridge and The Duke of Sussex. pic.twitter.com/rLx10UE4tK— Clarence House (@ClarenceHouse) November 10, 2018
One of the stamps features Prince Charles and Camilla, his wife, while two others feature Prince Charles and his sons, Prince Harry and Prince William.
So far, tributes to the Prince continue to pour in as a way of celebrating a great man entering another phase of life.
Fans worldwide have anticipated the launch of the Google Arts and Culture platform, and cannot wait to feast their eyes on the fantastic pictures.