Royal family didn't forget to include gorgeous Princess Diana in Prince Charles birthday tribute

Ra'eesah Manack
Nov 18, 2018
08:25 P.M.

Clarence House chose to include an iconic Princess Diana photograph in their tribute video, included below, to Prince Charles for his 70th birthday.


Prince Charles, Duke of Cornwall, was born on November 14, 1948. This year will be the 70th birthday of the Duke of Cornwall.

The official twitter account of the Duke and Duchess of Cornwell, Clarence House, is responsible for keeping people informed and updated about the Prince.

Clarence House released an official video montage dedicated to the Duke of Cornwall for his birthday. Much to the delight of fans, the compilation of photos even included a stunning image of Princess Diana.


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The unexpected image of Princess Diana was a stunning way to remember her role in his life. The picture they used was from the mid-eighties. It showed Princess Diana, Prince Charles and their sons Harry and William on board royal yacht, Britannia in Venice.

Fans were blown away and touched that Princess Diana was included into the montage. Many shares Alison Smith's sentiments that Princess Diana was "an important part of the past, the present and the future" of the kingdom.


The video also included pictures of Prince Charles as a baby, playing sports and with various family members including his wife, Camilla Parker Bowles.

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Besides the video montage, the palace also released two stunning new family portraits. The two images were taken by photographer Chris Jackson in the gardens of Clarence House where Prince Charles lives.


The images showed Prince Charles seated on a wooden bench next to Camilla. Prince George sat on his lap and Princess Charlotte perched next to Camilla.

Behind the bench stood the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Duchess Kate held Prince Louis in her arms and the adorable baby stole the show with his huge grin.


On the morning of his birthday, Prince Charles was also treated to a special tribute from the Welsh Guard Band at Buckingham Palace. The performance marked the prince's birthday and started the special day.

"We Salute you and thank you for your ceaseless support to @BritishArmy personnel and their families. Happy Birthday!" ~ @ArmyInLondon

The Prince will end his birthday celebrations with a special royal dinner at Buckingham Palace.

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