Last Wednesday, Prince Charles turned around for 40 years, and the event was celebrated with pomp and circumstance. At a family event in which the British royal house gathered to celebrate a round-up meeting, there was a special moment in which the mother of the birthday girl Queen Elizabeth II played. At the age of 92, the monarch launched all those who attended the fun of the Bakingem Palace when she gave her an emotional address in which she spoke of how special her son became a septuagenarian.
According to the journal Hello, the evidence of II Isabel II separated mainly because it was informal, compared to other current moments that are usually associated with the British royal family.
"It is an honor for every mother to be able to toast her 70th birthday," said Isabel II. "It means that we live long enough to see how he grew up. It's like using an analogy that everyone understands: plant a tree and see how it grows."
After the highlight, he remembered his seventieth birthday, celebrated in 1996, and was attended by his mother, Isabel I, who died in 2002. "My mother saw me at age 70, of course, and commented that 70 is the exact time when the number of candles on a birthday cake exceeds the breath that we still have to extinguish."
At the end of her intervention, Isabel left aside her role as the highest representative of the British monarchy who allowed her mother's side to come from above: "For the past 70 years, Philippe and I [seu marido] we saw that Carlos became an arts advocate, a true leader for solidarity and a wonderful father. He is devoted and respecting the heir to the throne capable of being one next to each other with any other monarch in history. First of all, with the help of his wife Camilla, he is a serious, passionate and creative man. This toast serves to wish my son a happy birthday. You, Carlos. Prince of Wales. "