Royal Family Shares Adorable Photos To Celebrate Prince Charles' 70th Birthday

Royal Family Shares Adorable Photos To Celebrate Prince Charles' 70th Birthday

Royal Family Shares Adorable Photos To Celebrate Prince Charles' 70th Birthday

The family portraits were released in honour of Prince Charles 70 birthday on Wednesday, 14 November.

A beaming Kate is holding Prince Louis.

A man born an hour and a half before Prince Charles will be one of 70 guests joining the heir to the throne for his 70th birthday celebrations in London.

The photograph was taken by Getty photographer Chris Jackson, who too found it "particularly special" to capture such an "informal and relaxed family portrait over a fun afternoon in the gardens of Clarence House".

His elder son, the Duke of Cambridge, also contributes, disclosing how he hopes to emulate the Prince in teaching his own three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, about the natural world.

Fans of the British Royal Family have been eagerly awaiting new pics of Prince Louis, as Prince William and Kate Middleton's seven-month-old son hasn't been seen since his since his July christening.

The Daily Telegraph's Associate Editor Camilla Tominey claimed in Yahoo's The Royal Box series that the pair's "closest comparison" would be the relationship of Diana and Fergie following their marriages to Prince Charles and Prince Andrew. The second photo is more candid with the family laughing and the Duchess of Cornwall pointing to the camera in what appears as an attempt to get Princess Charlotte to look the right way.

William and Harry stand behind them, with Kate and Meghan either side.

The BBC documentary gives an unprecedented look at Prince Charles ahead of his 70th birthday next week. While presenting at the Prince's Trust Awards in March, Charles quipped: 'I thought to myself some time ago, "Who's Cheryl Tweedy?"

The first photo shows the family posed nicely with Prince George sitting on his grandfather's lap.

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