The Prince of Wales has encouraged families to get outside in their week off and suggested daily activities.
William is going to be the Duke of Cornwall one day, which brings lots of responsibility.
Many people understandably feel a little nervous if they come face-to-face with a member of the Royal Family.But when celebrities brush shoulders with the royals, it’s hard to know who should be more jittery.Over the years, their mutual ability to be unshaken by each other’s status has meant actors, singers, and sports stars have been able to add royal phone numbers to their contacts.Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s meeting with RnB royalty in the form of Beyoncé Knowles and Jay-Z on the red carpet in London drew headlines back in 2019.But surprisingly, it looks like Prince Charles was the first family member to meet Beyoncé back in 2001.The iconic singer-songwriter performed with Destiny’s Child in Hyde Park for Prince Charles’s Party in the Park several years before the Duke and Duchess of Sussex got the chance to shake her hand.Charles also beat his older son to meeting Queen Bey too. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge met Beyoncé and Jay-Z in the US in 2014 on their royal tour.The Prince’s Trust’s Party in the Park provided Charles with the opportunity to meet many celebs.We may never know how impressed Shania Twain was when she met the Prince of Wales at the concert in 1999.But Reese Witherspoon spilled all about falling “under the spell” of the Duchess of Cambridge when she was on tour in the US in 2011.Witherspoon said Kate was “just as magnificent as she seems to be” and that she was “warm, elegant and composed”.She also said photos of her that day showed “rays of happiness shooting out of my face” because of her excitement to meet the royal.Look through the gallery to see some other surprising celebrity friendships.
Some say they are the best years of your life.And Prince Charles certainly appeared to enjoy his time as a student, in the late 1960s.The Prince of Wales went to Trinity College, Cambridge, where he started by reading archaeology and physical and social anthropology, but ended up finishing his degree in history.He arrived at the University of Cambridge in 1967, and went abroad on archeological digs in France the following year.But he decided not to continue with archaeology and anthropology in 1968, and swapped to history.At university Charles found a love of the stage, and joined Trinity's drama group, the Dryden Society. He was in sketches the students performed as part of the annual revue, playing a weather forecaster, a sports commentator and an antiques expert.In June 1970, Charles became the first heir to the throne to be awarded a degree, getting a 2:2 from Cambridge.As well as spending most of his time in Cambridge during his student days, he had one term at the University College Aberystwyth in Wales, where he learned Welsh, which meant he was able to give a speech in Welsh during his investiture as the Prince of Wales at Caernarfon Castle.Have a look back at Charles living his best student life in Cambridge and North Wales.
The royal families had special pictures taken while they were in their country homes in lockdown.
This year, Wimbledon was cancelled for the first time since World War Two because of the coronavirus pandemic.The tennis tournament, which is usually a staple in the British sporting calendar, should have gone ahead between 29 June and 12 July, but the All England Club made the choice to postpone the event in April because of COVID-19 restrictions.That doesn’t stop us from taking a look back at the very best royal moments from the iconic event.From photos of a young Prince William alongside Princess Diana to a peek at one of the Queen’s four Wimbledon appearances, grab your strawberries and cream and let’s reminisce.
Bolehyde Manor in Wiltshire is said to be where Charles and Camilla continued to meet when they were married.
Charles is said to be doing a series of bodyweight exercises each day to keep fit.
The Prince of Wales shared a picture of his work from home desk as he was interviewed by Alan Titchmarsh.
The Queen loves lily of the valleys, while Prince Charles can't get enough of delphiniums.
Charles has shared a picture of him hugging one of his youngest grandchildren to mark the birthday.
The Prince of Wales has tested positive for coronavirus, Clarence House has announced. Charles, 71, is displaying "mild symptoms" but is in good health as he self isolates at home in Scotland, a spokesman said. The Duchess of Cornwall,
The couple released further details, some of which were "saddening."
Since Prince Andrew's ouster, speculation has been mounting that Prince Charles is calling the shots for his mother, Queen Elizabeth.