The Prince of Wales celebrated his 69th birthday on Tuesday. Charles, now in the last year of his sixties, is the country's longest serving heir to the throne, reports Express.co.uk.
On Remembrance Sunday, the Prince took on a symbolic duty on behalf of the Queen when he led the nation in honoring the country's war dead.
The king-in-waiting, dressed in military uniform, placed a wreath of poppies at the Cenotaph in Whitehall as the monarch, accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, watched from a balcony.
The Prince is marking his birthday privately. Gun salutes will fire in Green Park and the Tower of London and at Edinburgh Castle in his honor.
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