Prince Charles seems to hate himself, which could be bad news for the fans. Keri Lumm shares an alternative.

Britain Prince Charles turned 70 on Wednesday, and the longest heir to the throne celebrated in style at a glamorous party in Buckingham Palace, which was hosted by the queen.

Prince William and Prince Harry, Duchess Kate and Duchess Megan met everybody in the race. Their cousins, Princess Beatrice and New York Princess Eugenie, were also present along with her new husband, Jack Brooksbank. A part of the continental basilicas also seems to be heading to the palace.

Both Kate and Meghan had intricate updates and earrings, but photographers had to settle down to get them out of their cars as they left Kensington Palace to go to the party. Kate's dress seemed to be a pomegranate with one hand. Even less information could be gathered from Meghan's photo.

The only basilica whose dress was in full appearance was Karla Camila's wife, who wore a blue number from Bruce Oldfield.

Duchess Kate and Duke Megan moved away from Kensington Palace on the way to the big house party. (Photo: Max Mumby / Indigo / Getty Image)

The Queen was looking for her first-time environmentalist, who revealed that she had planted trees for her grandchildren with a comfortable smile.

In observers who share the palace, the master said: "It is a privilege for any mother to propose a toast for her son at her 70th birthday, it means that you have lived a long time to see your child growing up, like – use a ratio I am sure he will find favor – planting a tree and being able to watch it grow ".

He continued: "During his 70 years, Philip and I saw Karolos becoming a champion of conservation and arts, a great philanthropic leader – a dedicated and respected heir to the throne to compare with anyone in history – and a wonderful father. "

In a symbol of how many things have changed over the last 20 years, Queen Elizabeth also gave credit to her second husband, Duchess Camilla, who called her the one who "supports" her.

The Queen arrived in a funny, courteous offer of Queen Mother, who died in 2002.

"My mother saw me 70, of course," was shared. "And it was heard that 70 is exactly the time when the number of candles in your cake eventually exceeds the amount of breath you have to blow up."

Earlier the day, Charles made his own joke about the landmark in a tea with other young septugenarians.

"It's like indigestion," he said. "Many happy returns are not the same as you grow up."

His birthday week also saw the revelation of a new family portrait of the Wales family. The photographs of Gold Jackson show Carol with his wife Camilla, sons Prince William and Prince Harry, their husbands Duchess Kate and Duchess Meghan and her grandchildren: 5 year old Prince George, 3-year-old Princess Charlotte and 6-month-old Prince Louis .

There was also a show of "Happy Birthday" performed in the courtyard of Buckingham Palace by the Welsh Guard Group.

"Thank you and thank you for your uninterrupted support for @BritishArmy's staff and their families," said the British Army in London on Twitter. "Happy Birthday!"

The Prince of Wales was also added to the cover of the latest version of Country Life, which he hosted. He asked readers not to regard the physical world as a given but to "think ahead of what our grandchildren will and will need".

Contribution: The Associated Press

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