The Prince of Wales celebrated his 72nd Birthday on Saturday, 14 November 2020.

Prince Charles again guest-edited British magazine, Country Life, focusing on the ‘tumultuous events of 2020’, praising ‘the strength of our society, and urging readers to ‘put the planet first’.

We have a very short window of opportunity, which must not be squandered, in which to seize something good from this crisis.

The Prince of Wales
Queen Elizabeth II with Prince Charles, 1948. Photo: The Royal Family

Prince Charles also edited his 70th Birthday edition of Country Life in 2018, which sold out.

His sister, Princess Anne, guest-edited the magazine earlier this year to coincide with her 70th birthday, writing about her love for horses, painting and her garden.

Queen Elizabeth II with Prince Charles at the Braemar Gathering in 2016. Photo: The Royal Family

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh’s eldest son, Prince Charles, was born at Buckingham Palace at 9.14 pm on 14 November 1948.

Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Geoffrey Fisher christened Prince Charles in the Music Room at Buckingham Palace, one month later, on 15 December.

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