Charles, I wish you many happy returns. The Prince of Wales shines in his Highgrove garden as he prepares for Remembrance Day service.

  • A new portrait of Prince Charles, celebrating his 73rd year in office, has been created 
  • Prince of Wales beams while admiring his Highgrove Garden
  • Comes as royal prepares to spend the day attending Remembrance Day Service
  • This marks a return of the Queen to events after she has been absent from several.  

A new photo of the Prince of Wales sitting on Highgrove bench has been taken to mark his 73rd Birthday.

In the photo, taken during the summer, the future king can be seen smiling in front of the camera. 

The suit is blue with a light blue tie. He has a dotted pocketsquare. A purple flower adorns his lapel. 

Charles will be celebrating his 95th birthday by attending the Remembrance Day Service at Cenotaph with Queen, 95. 

The Prince of Wales' 73rd birthday has been marked with a new photograph showing him sitting on a bench at Highgrove

A new photo of the Prince of Wales sitting on Highgrove bench has been taken to mark his 73rd Birthday.

Charles will place a wreath at the Cenotaph’s top step on Queen Elizabeth II as she looks on from the balcony in the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Building.

Charles placed one on behalf of his mother in 2017. This was the subtlest shift in head-of-state duties.

Buckingham Palace announced that the Queen would attend Whitehall’s annual wreath-laying event, which is held on November 14th and commemorates Britain’s war dead.

This comes after the monarch, 95 years old, has been forced to miss several other events since being told by royal doctors three weeks back that she should rest. The monarch spent the night at hospital in October 20 for preliminary tests.

Charles will lay a wreath on the top step of the Cenotaph on the Queen's behalf as she watches from the balcony of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office building

Charles will plant a wreath on top of the Cenotaph for the Queen while watching from the balcony at Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.

Charles and Camilla, his wife Camilla, led members of Royal Family to the Festival of Remembrance held at London’s Royal Albert Hall. The Queen was not there.

Prince William and Kate Middleton, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence and Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence were among the other royals present.

Charles, who was meeting Brixton people on Thursday, reassured an uninformed observer about the Queen’s health.

Charles received a warm reception from the public after he was engaged to Prince’s Trust South London.

The Prince shook hands with well-wishers as he departs after meeting The Prince's Trust Young Entrepreneurs earlier this week

As he left The Prince’s Trust Young Entrepreneurs, he greeted his well-wishers and shook their hands.

TUESDAY -- The Queen is photographed leaving Wood Farm on the Sandringham estate to return to Windsor by helicopter

TUEDAY — Queen Elizabeth is seen leaving Wood Farm, Sandringham Estate to fly back to Windsor via helicopter 

A man asked him, “Prince Charles?” What is the name of your mother?

Charles gave Charles an encouraging pat on Charles’ arm. He appeared to be saying, “She is all right, thank-you.”

As he received an early birthday cake, the royal welcomed organizations that had been recognized by Queen’s Awards for Enterprise at a Windsor Castle reception on Wednesday.

Jo Taylor, the owner of Reach and Rescue (a company that makes telescopic rescue poles to emergency personnel), gave Jo his cake.

OCTOBER 29 -- The Queen in a a Cop26 video message recorded on October 29 and played in Glasgow on November 1

OCTOBER 29, — A Cop26 video message from the Queen recorded on October 29, which was played in Glasgow on Nov. 1.

Ms Taylor was the company that won the award in innovation.

Charles was recently at the Cop26 Climate Summit in Glasgow. He told world leaders that they must ‘put our promises and words into action’.

One of the environmentalists’ efforts to lower his carbon footprint was to eat less meat and milk products as well as to convert his Aston Martin so that it runs on wine and cheese byproducts.