The Queen greeted her son as the 70th birthday of Princess Charles fired.
Speaking at a private family party in the Buckingham Palace, the monarch spoke about how it was a "privilege" for her, as a mother, to respect him at such a significant opportunity.
It is understood that Charles was "deeply touched" by his mother's words in a family that is not known for public statements about love and love virtually unprecedented.
She described Charles as "a dedicated and respected successor to the throne to compare with anything in history – and a wonderful father."
She also made a significant contribution to her wife, Cornwall, Duchess, the highest seal of approval, citing Camille as a woman who "maintains" her.
In her humorous surroundings, she referred her eldest son as an "original duke" – a reference to the line of organic food he founded in 1990.
She picked up a glass on a black tie, the queen said: "It is an honor that every mother can offer a toast to her son on the 70th birthday.
"It means that you have lived long enough to see how your child grows. It's more like – to use the analogy, I'm sure you will find the service – sit down and be able to watch how it grows.
"My mother saw me 70. Naturally, and I heard that 70 years ago when the number of candles on your cake finally exceeds the amount of breath you need to take.
"During his 70 years, Philip and I have seen Charles to become a champion of conservation and art, a great charity leader – a dedicated and respected successor to the throne to compare with anyone in history – and a wonderful father.
"Most of all, instigated by his wife Camilla, he is his man, passionate and creative, so this toast wishes the happy birthday of my son, in every respect of the spiritual genuine."
Roials were shown leaving the Kensington Palace as they drove through Central London and went to the Bakingem Palace at Prince Charles's 70th birthday.
His daughters, Kate and Meghan, traveled with their husbands, Prince Harry and William, while they were entertaining huge gems for fun.
Saseks soldier was spotted riding his pregnant wife at a birthday celebration after Prince Charles celebrated his great day by meeting 70 inspirational people who also celebrated their 70th anniversary this year.
European kings and the closest friends and families of Charles have gathered on a glittering black tie at the residence in London.
Crown Prince Frederick and the Crown Princess Maria of Denmark attended, as were King Harald and Queen Sonja of Norway, King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium and Queen Sofia from Greece.
New married princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank were also her sister Princess Beatrice and cousin Zara Tindall.
Charles was surrounded by the closest and closest in official pictures that signify his birthday.
In two photos published by Clarence House, the prince was shown on the bench with the grandson Prince George, wife Camille and granddaughter Princess Charlotte.
They stood behind the prince and his wife, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, with Keith, who held Prince Louis, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Photographs are a rare picture of a prince with three of his grandchildren, which will increase to four when Meghan is born the following year.
Charles begins his eighth decade from the position of trust, with his charity work in full swing, his sons who falsified their own public life and Camilla on the side by providing support.
The photo was taken in the garden of Clarence House in September, and appears to show "before and after" the moment the photographer said "smile for the camera".
In one picture, the kings look right ahead and smile while in another Meghan bends as she smiles, Camilla puts her hand on a three-year-old Charlotte shoulder and points to something while George has the opportunity of giggles.
Babi Louis, who is six months old, looks happy and content in the photos and has almost grown his hair, while his big brother, five-year-old George, hugs his long legs of any hair of his grandmother's knees.
Pictures were taken by Getti photographer Chris Jackson.
The Prince of Wales praised himself as the "prophet" of Archbishop Kenterbery after giving him his birthday.
The latest Justin Velby said that the heir to the throne showed his "prophetic instinct" in his protection of the environment and his early warnings of threats from plastic pollution.
The Anglican Church leader said that the peers at the House of Lords welcomed the Prince of Wales "an extraordinary service to the nation" and wished him "many happy returns" for the turn of 70 years.
Recalling the accusations they made to the princess of "mixing" in public affairs, the Archbishop said: "We have kindly said in the Church to" be prophetic. "To some extent His Royal Highness is a prophet.
"A prophet in the Old Testament is someone who sees something more in things than other people, and perhaps the discomfort of some people can sometimes get them out and then turns out to be right.
"He showed his prophetic urgings, not only in his good advocacy of the critical need for environmental protection and … his instincts about pollution of plastics. These efforts were much greater than most of us in this chamber."
The tribe in the upper house was to be led by Lord Baroness Evans of Boves Park, but as a member of the cabinet she was involved in long-standing talks in Dovning Street on the draft Brekit Agreement.
In her absence, the deputy leader Earl Hove moved what is known as the modest address of celebrating the royal birthday.
President Tori said that the prince "set an outstanding example of hard work and endurance for the public service."
Mr Hove said: "Sometimes he is accused of mixing, but he raised important issues, such as the impact of climate change and the impact of waste and plastic on the environment, long before they became political priorities."
The leader of the Lords, Baroness Smith of Basildon, pointed out that on the issues of the environment, Charles sometimes "ruined several feathers".
"However, there is no doubt that in the 1970s some of the eccentric issues were considered to be some of the issues that everybody is trying to face without respecting the previous warnings," she said, adding, "Maybe we should repeat ourselves, some so-called "eccentric" issues. "
After the events with other people who turned 70 into Spencer House in London, Prince Charles was shown on arrival at the Buckingham Palace while sitting next to Camille, Duchess Cornwall.
Earlier on the day the Prince of Wales entered the Spencer House in London with his wife Camilla, a Duchess of Cornwall carrying a glittering bag and balloon from the 70th birthday.
Guests were nominated by Age UK and included volunteers who are actively involved in numerous patrons including Prince The Trust, Silver Line, Maggie and Barnardo.
Charles surrendered a balloon and a 5.99 pound bottle of gray squirrels "Hot Nuts". in a bag of Rebecca English Daili Mail, along with her fellow correspondents Hannah Furness and Valentine Hunting. Prince of Wales laughed and joked: "Where do you find these horrible things?"
He came after the successor of the throne said in an interview for Life's Life that he likes red squirrels who live on Balmoral's estate and even let them go to their home. Asked how he felt, the future king said: "Elderly … I'm not sure.
"It's like digestion." Many happy returns are "not the same as you are older."
Asked if she had finally found a gift after she told Mail last week that she was stuck for ideas, his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, said: "I am, but I'm not saying it."
The prince smiled at the question of whether he slowed down, adding, "Maybe you see him slowly but surely," which Camilla kindly greeted "I doubt!"
The Prince of Wales said: "Thank you very much," and asked Mailer reporter whether she was recovering from a jet lag after a royal tour of Africa, saying, "I do not know how you are doing it."
Charles and Duchess Cornwall traveled to the nearby Spenser house – the former Diana family house, Princess Wales, to meet 70 special Septuagers who are actively involved in volunteers in numerous charity organizations including Prince's, Silver, Maggie & # 39; s and Barnard at a party organized by the Sun.
The Spenser family last lived in the 18th-century London courtyard of the 1920s and is now leased to the investment company RIT Capital Partners, chaired by Lord Lord Rothschild, who restored the property.
As soon as the couple entered the building, a group of 70 people started singing a happy birthday to the prince before they all set for a photo.
In the Big Room, the largest and most well-stocked rooms in Spencer House were gathered together for reception – where tea replaced champagne.
With the champagne flutes in her hand, the group listened as a veteran royal photographer Arthur Edwards paid sincere confession to the prince. Charles in turn said the impromptu.
In the end, the prince said: "He just asked me if I'm going to sleep, I'm not sure I have a lot of alternatives."
Raimond Penrose has been nominated to attend the birthday coloring of Father Christmas in his village for 40 years, raising thousands for well-being and working with children with disabilities.
Penrose Chalfont-St-Giles, Bucks, said: "I am very privileged to be here today, especially since it is the real birthday of Prince Charles, it's a wonderful place to spend the day."
Another reader nominated by the Sun, Gillian Ackers, volunteers as a home visitor for the RSPCA and undertaking weekly visits to schools to help the nervous readers, left Kuorn for the event.
Gillian, a retired judge, said: "I am very pleased that Charles chose to spend his birthday with other 70-year-olds. I'm a little surprised, but very honored to have chosen the Sun.
"After I left for 70 years, I'm trying to take it up. If I had one tip for Prince on his birthday, it would be that you should not stop working."
Royal Royal Army Artillery, the solemn saluting battery of the House of Her Majesty's Household, fired Roial Salute of 41 Green Park pistols in central London at noon.
Soldiers, horses, and battery batteries left their base for the front mounting at barracks in Wellington at 11:00 am, before they went to the Birdcage promenade, past Monuments of Queen Victoria and Usta Hila.
After turning to Hide Park, they then reached the Green Park exit point after the Band of the Roial Artillery will play a selection of famous music near the shooting position.
Some 71 horses that pulled out six Field Hunters from the 13th World War, then went into action from the end of the Wellington Arch in the park to set up a weapon in a position for Roial Salute in the park.
According to the command, each of the six guns fired full artillery circuits at intervals of ten seconds, until a 41 shot was fired. Horses and riders then picked up the weapons and took them to the Wellington barracks.
Immediately afternoon, the honorary artillery company, the London Reserve Army Regiment, in ceremonial clothes, left her barracks at Armory House in order to pass through the city in their lakes Pinzgauer vehicles.
They had escorted the London House to fire the royal 62 pistol at 13 o'clock – the second greeting of the day. When the weapons arrived in the tower, they were positioned on the banks of the river, overlooking HMS Belfast.
Three L118 Ceremonial Light Guns, similar to those that were operationalally used in recent years in Afghanistan, were used to burn 62 guns through Thames in ten seconds.
Roial Salute usually contains 21 weapons, but it increases to 41 if it shoots from Roial Park or Residence. At the London Tower, which is a royal residence, a total of 62 rounds are fired at royal anniversaries.
This also includes an additional 21 pistols for citizens of the city of London to show their loyalty to the Monarch.
In other places, Army reservists from 104 regimental royal artillery today launched a greeting with 21 pistols at Cardiff Castle.
Congratulations from around the world have been sent to Prince Wales after celebrating his 70th birthday.
The Welsh Guard in the country and abroad recorded special video messages for their colonel in Iraq, Afghanistan, Germany, Chile and Canada, as well as in the United Kingdom.
The royal family also wanted the successor of the longest official service to cross the "throne's 70th birthday" through Twitter, with the installation of photos of the prince over the years.
21th Prince of Wales: Charles numbers
Here's a Prince of Wales glance at the 70th birthday:
1 – Set in accordance with the throne.
2 – Son – Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex.
3 – The Age when he became the heir of the throne.
3 – Ounces – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – become 4 after the Duke of Belgrade and Duchess of the United States were born next spring.
5 – Roots-grandchildren – Duchess Cornwall has five grandchildren: Lola and Freddie Parker Bovles and twins Gus and Louis Lopes and their sister Eliza.
9 – The time when the queen gave him the title Prince of Wales.
11 – Years married to Princess Wales before they were separated.
13 – Years married to Camille.
15 – Years married to Diana, Princess of Wales, before they divorced.
20 – Age in his investment as Prince of Wales at Caernarfon Castle in 1969.
21 – Charles is the 21st Prince of Wales and the first since 1936.
32 – The Age when he married a 20-year-old lady Diana Spencer in 1981.
44 – Commonwealth countries Charles visited 53 Commonwealth states.
56 – The year he married Camilla Parker Bovles in 2005
66 – Years as the heir to the throne.
More than 420 – Charities whose prince is a patron or president.
875,000 – Young people in disadvantage have helped in employment or business by their young love, the prince's trust.
£ 141,263 – Трошкови седам краљевских путних путовања, коштају више од 20,000 фунти по 2017-18.
140 милиона фунти – новац сваке године подигнут од својих добротворних организација.
21,7 милиона фунти – годишњи приход Чарлса из његовог наследног имања, војвода Цорнвалл.
45,7 милиона фунти – средства пореског обвезника примљена од монархије да плате службене дужности и друге трошкове у 2017-18.