The Queen paid a warm tribute to her son as she roasted the 70th birthday of Prince Charles.
At a private family party at Buckingham Palace, the king spoke of the "right" she had, as a mother, to honor in such an important event.
It is understood that Charles was "deeply touched" by the words of a mother who, in an unknown family for public statements of love and affection, was almost unprecedented.
She described Charles as "a devoted and respected heir to the throne to stand in comparison to everything in history – and a wonderful father."
She also gave his wife, Duchess of Cornwall, the highest seal of approval, referring to Camilla by her name as a woman "sustaining" him.
On a humorous side, she referred to her eldest son as "an original duchess" – referring to the organic food line he established in 1990.
She raised a glass at the black dinner, said the Queen: "It is a privilege for every mother to offer a white toast on his seventieth birthday.
"It means that you live long enough to see your child grow, it's quite similar – to use an analogy that I'm sure I'll like – planting a tree and being able to see it growing.
"My mom saw me turn 70, of course, and she heard that 70 is exactly the age when the number of candles on your cake eventually exceeds the amount of breath you have to blow them up.
"For 70 years, Phillip and I have seen Charles as the champion of conservation and art, a great charismatic leader – a devoted and respected heir to the throne to stand against anything in history – and a wonderful father.
"Most of all, by his wife Camila, he is his man, full of passion and creativity, so this toast he wants a happy birthday to my son, in every sense of the Duke's source, to you Charles, to Prince of Wales.
Royals were pictured coming out of Kensington Palace as they drove through central London to reach Buckingham Palace for the 70th birthday celebration of Prince Charles.
His daughters-in-law, Kate and Magnet, drove alongside their husbands, Princess Harry and William, while making huge jewelry for the party.
Duke of Sussex was spotted driving his pregnant wife to a birthday celebration after Prince Charles celebrated his big day by meeting 70 inspirational people also marking their 70th anniversary.
European Royals and his closest friends Charles and his family gathered at the glittering black tie at the London residence.
Crown Prince Frederick and crown prince Mary Denmark participated, as did King Herald and Queen Sonia of Norway, King Philipa and Queen Mathilde of Belgium and Queen Sofia of Greece.
Married to new Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank were there also were Sister Princess Beatrice and cousin Tindall Foreign.
Charles was surrounded by his closest and most prized official photos to mark his landmark birthday.
In two photos released by Clarence House, the prince was pictured sitting on a bench with his grandson Prince George Camilla wife and granddaughter Charlotte Princess.
Stood behind the Prince and his wife were the Duke and the Duchess of Cambridge, when Kate held Prince Louis, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The pictures are rare pictures of the prince with his three grandchildren, who will grow to 4 when Meghan gives birth next year.
Charles begins his eighth decade from a position of trust, and his charity work is in full swing, and his sons are faking their public lives and Camilla is at his side.
The photographs were shown at Clarence House in September, and it appears that "before and after" the moment the photographer said "smile to the camera."
In one picture, the monarchy looks straight ahead and smiles, while the other is bent over when she laughs, Camilla put her arm on Charlotte's three-year-old shoulder and pointed to something, while George, There is an attack of the giggles.
Baby Lewis, six months old, looked happy and content in the photographs and nearly grew a full head of hair, while his older brother, Five years old, swinging on his long legs on either side of his grandfather's knee.
The photos were taken by photographer Getty Chris Jackson.
The Prince of Wales was praised as a "prophet" by the Archbishop of Canterbury, as he paid him on his birthday.
Most pastor Justin Wolby said that his successor to the throne showed his "prophetic instincts" in his enthusiasm for the environment and his early warnings about the threat posed by plastic contamination.
The leader of the Anglican Church spoke as colleagues at the Lords welcomed the "outstanding service of the Prince to the nation" and wished him "many happy returns" at the age of 70.
Referring to accusations of "interference" in public affairs, the archbishop said: "In church we politely say" to be prophetic, "to a certain extent, His Majesty is a prophet.
"A prophet in the Old Testament is a person who sees a little more things than other people, and perhaps to the discomfort of some people sometimes, can bring them and then proved himself true.
"He proved his prophetic instincts, no less than his blessed support for the critical need to protect the environment and … his instincts around the plastic contamination, these efforts are ahead of most of us in this cell."
The ceremonies in the upper chamber were to be led by the Lord of the Lords Baroness Evans of Baos Park, but as a member of the government she was involved in long talks at Downing Street on a draft Brexit deal.
In her absence, Earl Hao's deputy leader passed the so-called modest address to mark the royal birthday.
The Tory tournament said the prince "set an exceptional example of hard work and durability in the public service."
Lord Hao said: "Sometimes he is accused of interfering, but he raised important issues, such as the impact of climate change and the impact of waste and plastics on the environment, long before they became political priorities."
The leader of the Labor Party of the Lords Baroness Smith of Bessildon pointed out that Charles' environment was sometimes "pharaoh a few feathers."
"There is no doubt that during the 1970s, some eccentric issues were considered the problems of the day that we are all trying to deal with, after we failed to pay attention to the warnings of the past," she says. To examine some of the so-called "eccentric" issues.
After an event with other people who reached the age of 70 at Spencer's House in London, Prince Charles was in the picture that came to Buckingham Palace when he sat next to Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall.
Earlier that day the Prince of Wales entered Spencer's house in London with his wife Camilla, Duchess Cornwell carrying a shiny bag and a birthday balloon.
Guests were nominated by the age of Britain to include volunteers who are actively involved with a number of sponsors including Prince of Trust, Silver Line, Maggie of Bernardo.
Charles handed over the balloon and a bottle of hot "hot agents" for $ 5.99, stuffed in a bag by Englishman Rebecca English, along with other writers, Hannah Furness, Valentine Lowe. The Prince of Wales laughed and joked: "Where do you find these terrible things?
It comes after the heir to the throne said in an interview with the district of life that he loves red squirrels who live on the Balmoral estate and even lets them into his house. When asked how he felt, the future king said: "Older … I'm not sure.
"It's pretty much like indigestion." "A lot of happy applause" is not exactly like you're getting old. "
When asked if she finally found him a gift, after telling the post office last week that she was stuck with ideas, his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, said provocatively: "I did, but I do not tell."
The Prince chuckled when asked if he was slowing down, and added: "You can see it, slowly but surely", which Camilla replied with love "I doubt!"
The Prince of Wales said, "Thank you very much," and asked Mile's reporter if she had recovered from the Lagoon after the royal tour of Africa and said, "I do not know how to do it."
Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall traveled to the nearby Spencer House – Diana's former home, the Princess family of Wales to meet 70 special spaghetti volunteers actively involved with a charity charity number including the Prince of Trust, Money Line, Maggie and Bernardo at a party organized By the sun.
The Spencer family recently lived in an 18th-century estate in London in the 1920s and is now leased to RIT Capital Partners, a company led by Lord Rothschild, who renovated the property.
As soon as the couple entered the building a group of 70 people began to sing Happy Birthday Prince before everyone posed for a photo.
In the big room, the largest and most impressive rooms in Spencer House's state rooms were assembled for the reception – where the tea was replaced by champagne.
In champagne flutes, the group listened when the veteran royal photographer Arthur Edwards paid a cordial tribute to the Prince. Charles made an impromptu speech in exchange.
At the end of the prince's ball: "I was only asked now if I was going to slow down. I'm not sure I have a lot of alternatives."
Raymond Penrose was nominated to attend a birthday fire for playing Christmas dad in his village for 40 years, recruiting thousands for charity and working with disabled children.
Penrose of Pont-Saint-Gilles, Bax, said: "I feel very much to be here today, especially because it's the real birthday of Prince Charles, it's a beautiful place to spend the day."
Another reader nominated by the Sun, Jillian Akers, volunteers as a homemaker for the RSPCA and commits weekly visits to the schools to help the disobedient readers, traveled from McCorn to the event.
Jillian, a retired judge, said: "I'm so glad that Charles chose to spend the 70-year-old's birthday. I'm a bit surprised, but very respectable and chosen by the sun.
"Since I retired at the age of 70 I try to employ, if I had one advice to the prince on his birthday, it was that he would not stop working."
The royal royal boat, the ceremonial memorial battery of Her Majesty's Household Division, opened a Royal Rifle at Green Park, central London, at noon.
The soldiers, the horses, and the cannons of the embankment left their front assembly base in the Wellington cabins at 11:00 am before making their way up Birdback Wook, past the Queen Victoria Monument and Constitution Hill.
After a tour in Hyde Park, they made their way to the shooting post at Green Park after the Royal Artillery Band will play a selection of festive music close to the shooting location.
About 71 horses who took six guns on the battlefield of the 13 years of the First World War came into action from the edge of Wellington's arch of the park to place the cannons in the position of the Royal Kingdom in the park.
In the word of each of the six cannons, empty artillery shells were fired ten seconds apart until they fired 41 bullets. Then the horses and riders picked up the cannons and took them back to Wellington's thugs.
In the afternoon, the distinguished artillery company, the Reserve Army Reserve City of London, ceremoniously left their barracks in Armory to drive through the city in their Fingsauer cars.
They were escorted by the Tower of London to shoot a majestic center of 62 pistols at 1 pm – the second salute of the day. When the rifles reached the tower, they were set up on the river bank, overlooking the camp.
The three L118 light guns, similar to those used in the last few years in Afghanistan, were used to burn 62 revolvers over the Thames in ten periods.
Royal salute usually includes 21 guns, but it increased to 41 if shot from a royal or residential park. In the Tower of London, which is the Royal Residence, a total of 62 rounds are shot at the Royal Yeardays.
It also includes 21 additional guns for the citizens of the City of London to show the loyalty of the King.
Elsewhere, the army's reserve from 104 Royal Royal Cannon fired a 21 salute gun at Cardiff Castle today.
Greetings from all over the world were sent to the Prince of Wales as he celebrates his 70th birthday.
The Welsh guards at home and abroad wrote special video messages for their colonels from Iraq, Afghanistan, Germany, Chile and Canada, as well as Britain.
The royal family also wished the country's longest heir to extend a "very happy birthday 70" through Twitter, accompanied by a montage of pictures of the Prince over the years.
The 21st Prince of Wales: Charles in Numbers
Here's a look at the Prince of Wales in numbers before his 70th birthday:
1 – Place in line.
2 – Boys – Duke of Cambridge & Duke of Sussex.
3 – Age when he became heir to the throne.
3 – Grandchildren – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – being 4 after Duke and Duchess of Sussex's baby was born next spring.
5 – For the grandchildren – Duchess Cornwell has five grandchildren: Lola and Freddie Parker Bowles and twins Gus and Louis Lopez, and their sister Eliza.
9 – age when he received the title Prince of Wales by Queen.
11 – years married the Princess of Wales before they parted.
13 years Married to Camilla.
15 years married to Diana, Princess of Wales, before they divorced.
20 – age at 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 – Age when he married 20 – year – old Lady Diana Spencer in 1981.
44 – The CIS countries visited from 53 CIS countries.
56 – age when he married Camilla Parker Bowles in 2005.
66 – years heir to the throne.
More than 420 – a charity whose prince is patron or president.
875,000 – young and useless helped to employment or business by his youth charity, the Prince of Trust.
£ 141,263 – The cost of 7 trips on the Royal Train, costs more than £ 20,000 each, in 2017-18.
£ 140 million – money raised by his charity every year.
£ 21.7 million – Charles' annual income from his hereditary estate, the Duchy of Cornwall.
£ 45.7million – taxpayers received by the monarchy pay for official debts and other expenses 2017-18.