Charles, Prince of Wales

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Charles, Prince of Wales

Eldest child and heir apparent of Queen Elizabeth II add

Category: Politics

Born in 1948.

Countries: United Kingdom (53%), (9%), United States (6%)

Main connections: Diana, Princess of Wales, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Elizabeth II

Linked to: Geelong Grammar School, British Armed Forces, Buckingham Palace, Daily Mail

 

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Charles, Prince of Wales was born in 1948 add something


1950

Government documents from the 1950s and 1960s, published by the BBC, stated that such a marriage was illegal, though these were dismissed by Charles's spokesman, and explained to be obsolete by the sitting government add something


1952

However, Prince Albert Edward became heir apparent on his birth, four years into his mother Queen Victoria's reign, whereas Prince Charles was three years old at his mother's accession in 1952 and has thus been heir apparent for all of Queen Elizabeth II's reign add something


1953

Charles attended his mother's coronation at Westminster Abbey on 2 June 1953, seated alongside his grandmother and aunt add something


1955

Buckingham Palace announced in 1955 that Charles would attend school rather than have a private tutor, making him the first heir apparent ever to be educated in that manner add something


1958

Since 1958 his major title has been "His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales" add something


1960

Derek Hill (painter) - Hill began to enjoy increased success as a portrait painter from the 1960s; his subjects including many notable composers, musicians, politicians and statesmen, such as broadcaster Gay Byrne, Jerusalem mayor Teddy Kollek and The Prince of Wales


1961

Mohamed Al-Fayed - Lady Diana Spencer was born in 1961, and married the heir to the British throne, Charles, Prince of Wales in 1981, becoming the Princess of Wales


1965

The Prince of Wales was confirmed at age 16 by Archbishop of Canterbury Michael Ramsey at Easter 1965 in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle add something


1966

He spent two terms in 1966 at the Timbertop campus of Geelong Grammar School in Victoria, Australia, during which time he visited Papua New Guinea on a school trip with his history tutor, Michael Collins Persse add something


1967

He left in 1967 with two A Levels in history and French at grades B and C respectively add something

 

In October 1967, the Prince was admitted to Trinity College, Cambridge University, where he read anthropology, archaeology, and history add something


1968

George Thomas, 1st Viscount Tonypandy - As Secretary of State for Wales from 1968 to 1970 he presided over the investiture of the Prince of Wales at Caernarfon Castle in 1969


1969

Charles's first honorary appointment in the armed forces was as Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Regiment of Wales in 1969; since then, the Prince has been installed as Colonel-in-Chief, Colonel, Honorary Air Commodore, Air Commodore-in-Chief, Deputy Colonel-in-Chief, Royal Honorary Colonel, Royal Colonel, and Honorary Commodore of at least 32 military formations throughout the Commonwealth, including the Royal Gurkha Rifles, which is the only foreign regiment in the British army add something

 

Arwel Hughes - He was appointed OBE in 1969 for his services to Welsh music and for organising the music for the Investiture of Charles, Prince of Wales, in the same year

 

Simone Mirman - Perhaps the best-known individual Simone Mirman hat for the Queen is the dramatic 1969 Tudor gable hood-inspired hat the Queen wore at the investiture of the Prince of Wales


1970

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall - The relationship between Camilla and Prince Charles began when they met at a polo match in 1970


1971

After earning a bachelor of arts degree from Trinity College, Cambridge, Charles served a tour of duty with the Royal Navy from 1971 to 1976 add something

 

After requesting and receiving Royal Air Force training during his second year at Cambridge, on 8 March 1971 he flew himself to the Royal Air Force College Cranwell to train as a jet pilot add something


1972

The Prince of Wales has held substantive ranks in the armed forces of a number of countries since he was made a Flight Lieutenant in the Royal Air Force in 1972 add something

 

Nicholas Shehadie - He officiated at visits by Charles, Prince of Wales in 1972 and by Anne, Princess Royal in 1974


1973

Fred Hoyle - He became chairman of the Anglo-Australian Telescope board in 1973, and presided at its inauguration in 1974 by Charles, Prince of Wales


1974

Early in 1974, Mountbatten began corresponding with Charles about a potential marriage to Amanda Knatchbull, Mountbatten's granddaughter add something

 

He qualified as a helicopter pilot at RNAS Yeovilton in 1974, just prior to joining 845 Naval Air Squadron, operating from add something

 

J. Barbour and Sons - J. Barbour and Sons Ltd. holds royal warrants to supply "waterproof and protective clothing" that were received from HM Queen Elizabeth II in 1974, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh in 1982, and HRH The Prince of Wales in 1987


1975

He enjoys comedy, and is interested in illusionism, becoming a member of The Magic Circle after passing his audition in 1975 by performing the "cups and balls" effect add something

 

However, because of a combination of nationalist feeling in Australia and the dismissal of the government by the Governor-General in 1975, nothing came of the proposal add something

 

On 2 August 1975 he was subsequently awarded a Master of Arts degree from Cambridge, per the university's tradition add something


1976

Charles began to take on more public duties, founding his The Prince's Trust in 1976, and travelling to the United States in 1981 add something

 

Since founding The Prince's Trust in 1976, Charles has established sixteen more charitable organisations, and now serves as president of all of those add something

 

On 9 February 1976, he took command of the coastal minehunter for his last ten months serving actively in the navy add something

 

Ottavio Missoni - In 1976 Ottavio was named one of the ten most elegant men in the world, sharing the list with Robert Redford and Charles, Prince of Wales


1977

Sir Laurens van der Post became a friend of Charles in 1977; he was dubbed his "spiritual guru" and was godfather to Charles's son, Prince William add something

 

Lady Sarah McCorquodale - In 1977, Sarah's relationship with Prince Charles led to the first meeting between Diana and her future husband

 

Marine Conservation Society - The society was first set up under the name "Underwater Conservation Society" in 1977 when it was championed by Bernard Eaton, together with leading scientists and other public figures including HRH The Prince of Wales


1979

Moura Lympany - Royal Festival Hall - In 1979, fifty years after making her debut, she performed at the Royal Festival Hall for Charles, Prince of Wales and the following year she was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire

 

Michael Adeane, Baron Adeane - His son, the Hon. Edward Adeane, CVO, a noted barrister, was Private Secretary to the Prince of Wales 1979-1985


1980

Four years later Mountbatten arranged for himself and Amanda to accompany Charles on his 1980 tour of India add something

 

Since the early 1980s, Charles has promoted environmental awareness add something

 

In June 1980 Charles officially turned down Chevening House, placed at his disposal since 1974, as his future residence add something

 

Barbara Cartland - The Mountbatten Memorial Trust, established by Mountbatten's great-nephew Charles, Prince of Wales after Mountbatten was assassinated in Ireland, was the recipient of the proceeds of this book on its release in 1980

 

Diana, Princess of Wales - The Prince of Wales had known Lady Diana for several years, but he first took a serious interest in her as a potential bride during the summer of 1980, when they were guests at a country weekend, where she watched him play polo


1981

His 1981 wedding to Lady Diana Spencer produced two sons, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry of Wales add something

 

Prince Charles proposed to Diana in February 1981 and they married in St Paul's Cathedral on 29 July add something

 

Peter Jones (broadcaster) - As a serious broadcaster with a mellifluous voice and a deep sense of gravitas, he was regularly called upon to describe the opening and closing ceremonies at events such as the Olympic Games and World Cup, and covered non-sporting events such as the wedding of Prince Charles to Lady Diana Spencer in 1981, and that of Prince Andrew to Sarah Ferguson in 1986

 

Triumph Engineering - However, the Triumph Royal Wedding T140LE Bonneville celebrating HRH the Prince of Wales' nuptials was a popular collector's item for 1981 and that year a 750 cc TR7T Tiger Trail won the Rallye des Pyrénées on/off road rally

 

Dom Perignon (wine) - In 1981, Dom Pérignon was chosen for the wedding of Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles

 

Kensington Palace - In 1981, apartments 8 and 9 were combined to create the London residence of the newly married Prince and Princess of Wales, Charles and Diana, and it remained the official residence of Diana, Princess of Wales after her divorce until her death

 

Kiri Te Kanawa - She was seen and heard around the world in 1981 by an estimated 600 million people when she sang Handel's "Let the Bright Seraphim" at the wedding of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Lady Diana Spencer

 

Barry Rose - He conducted the choir at the wedding of Charles, Prince of Wales and Diana, Princess of Wales on 29 July 1981

 

Barry Rose - He is best known for conducting the choir of St Paul's Cathedral at the wedding of Charles, Prince of Wales and Diana, Princess of Wales formerly Lady Diana Frances Spencer at St Paul's Cathedral in London on 29 July 1981

 

Paul Greening - He was responsible for planning the honeymoon of the Prince and Princess of Wales in August 1981


1982

Catherine Oxenberg - Oxenberg made her acting debut in the 1982 made-for-television film "The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana", in which she played Diana, Princess of Wales


1983

Barry George - On 10 January 1983, as was revealed after his arrest for the Dando murder, George had been found in the grounds of Kensington Palace, at that time the home of Prince Charles and Diana, Princess of Wales

 

Barry Manilow - Royal Festival Hall - Manilow sprained his ankle October 6, 1983, on the stage at London's Royal Festival Hall while performing at a sold-out benefit concert before the Prince and Princess of Wales, who hosted the show


1984

In 1984, he read his children's book "The Old Man of Lochnagar" for the BBC's "Jackanory" series add something

 

In a speech given for the 150th anniversary of the Royal Institute of British Architects on 30 May 1984, he memorably described a proposed extension to the National Gallery in London as a "monstrous carbuncle on the face of a much-loved friend" and deplored the "glass stumps and concrete towers" of modern architecture add something

 

Humphrey Mews - Colonel Mews was appointed to the Office of the Prince of Wales after serving as Colonel Cabinet Office, in the foreign and defence secretariat of the Cabinet Office between 1984 and 1986

 

Prince of Wales Hospital - Named after and officially opened by Charles, Prince of Wales in 1984, Prince of Wales Hospital now provides approximately 1,360 hospital beds and 24 hours accident and emergency service with almost 4,000 staff


1985

Aston Science Park - Famous visitors to the site included then-Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in 1985, the Duke of Kent in the same year, Sir Albert Bore in 1987 and 2000, Charles, Prince of Wales in 1988, European Commissioner Bruce Milan in 1989, Sir Jeremy Morse in 1990, Chairman of the TSB Group Plc. Sir Nicholas Goodison in 1992, Patricia Hewitt in 2001, Digby Jones, Baron Jones of Birmingham, Sir Frederick Crawford and former Polish Prime Minister Jerzy Buzek


1986

John Burge - In 1986 the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral performed his "So Great is God's Love" with Diana, Princess of Wales and Charles, Prince of Wales in attendance

 

Labyrinth (film) - The film received a royal premiere on December 1, 1986 in London, with the Prince and Princess of Wales in attendance


1987

Joe Clark - One famous incident involved a 1987 official dinner held for Prince Charles at Rideau Hall


1988

Debra Byrne - In 1988 she was invited to perform at the "Royal Bicentennial Concert" for the Prince and Princess of Wales

 

Steve Coogan - In 1988, he did impressions of Prince Charles which featured on the Urban label release "Don't Believe the Hype" by acid house artist Mista E. The impressions were used as jingles in 1988-89 on the BBC Radio 1 FM Friday night dance music show "Jeff Young's Big Beat"


1989

He has been outspoken on the role of architecture in society and the conservation of historic buildings, and produced a book on the subject called "A Vision of Britain" in 1989 add something

 

The same year, the British press published bugged recordings of a passionate private 1989 telephone conversation between Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles add something


1990

By the late 1990s, as opposition to the activity was growing, the Prince's participation was viewed as a "political statement" by those opposed to it, such as the League Against Cruel Sports, which launched an attack against Charles after he took his sons on the Beaufort Hunt in 1999, when the government was trying to ban hunting with hounds add something

 

Raoul Wallenberg - On separate occasions in the 1990s and 2000s, Queen Elizabeth II and Charles, Prince of Wales paid tribute to Wallenberg at the Western Marble Arch site

 

Video Arts - The 1990 video "Grime Goes Green: Your Business and the Environment" about sustainable business featured a deadpan appearance by Prince Charles


1991

Willy warmer - It was claimed in 1991 that Charles, Prince of Wales, received a green knitted warmer one Christmas, which was stored with other unusual gifts in the cellar at Highgrove House

 

Queen's University - Queen's celebrated its sesquicentennial anniversary in 1991, and received a visit from Charles, Prince of Wales, and his then-wife, Diana, to mark the occasion

 

Swaine Adeney Brigg - The company was granted a Royal Warrant of Appointment by H M Queen Elizabeth II in 1991 as her whip and glove maker, and from H R H Prince of Wales in the same year as his umbrella supplier


1992

From his youth the Prince was an avid player of competitive polo until 1992, breaking his arm in 1990 and becoming briefly unconscious after a fall in 2001 add something

 

In December 1992, the British Prime Minister, John Major, announced their formal separation in Parliament add something


1993

Royal College of Music - For 40 years Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother was president; in 1993 the Prince of Wales became president

 

Joan Carden - In 1993 and at an Australia Day charity concert with Jose Carreras at Covent Garden before Prince Charles


1994

John Fahey (politician) - On Australia Day 1994, Charles, Prince of Wales was about to commence handing out awards at a ceremony in Sydney's Darling Harbour when a former anthropology student, David Kang, lunged onto the stage towards the Prince, simultaneously firing two shots from a starter's pistol

 

Spike Milligan - The Prince of Wales was a fan, and sent Milligan a congratulatory message on a live TV program honouring Spike in 1994

 

Diana, Princess of Wales - The Prince of Wales sought public understanding via a televised interview with Jonathan Dimbleby on 29 June 1994

 

Prince of Wales Hospital - The Sir Yue Kong Pao Centre for Cancer and the Lady Pao Children's Cancer Centre was officially opened by Charles, Prince of Wales in November 1994


1995

Martin Charteris, Baron Charteris of Amisfield - Charteris was probably most notable through an interview he gave to "The Spectator" in 1995, in which he described the Duchess of York as "vulgar", the Prince of Wales as "whiney" and the Queen Mother as "a bit of an ostrich


1996

Charles helped establish a national trust for the built environment in Canada after lamenting, in 1996, the unbridled destruction of many of the country's historic urban cores add something

 

The couple divorced in 1996 after Diana publicly accused Charles of having an affair with Camilla Parker Bowles, and Charles admitted adultery on television add something

 

Charles and Diana divorced on 28 August 1996 add something

 

G Ettinger Ltd. - G Ettinger Ltd was awarded a Royal Warrant to HRH The Prince of Wales in 1996 and has made gifts under licence for the Wimbledon Championships since 1992

 

Mark Bolland - He was appointed Assistant Private Secretary to the Prince of Wales in August 1996, and in 1997 became Deputy Private Secretary


1997

Diana died in a car crash in 1997 add something

 

From 1997 the Prince of Wales has visited Romania to view and highlight the destruction of Orthodox monasteries and Transylvanian Saxon villages during the Communist rule of Nicolae Ceau?escu add something

 

When Diana died in a car crash in Paris on 31 August 1997, Charles flew there, with Diana's sisters, to accompany her body back to Britain add something

 

Donald Tsang - He was made a Knight Commander in the Order of the British Empire in 1997 for his long-time service to Hong Kong, and he was knighted by Charles, Prince of Wales at Government House hours before the handover

 

Lady Sarah McCorquodale - Upon the death of Diana on 31 August 1997, Sarah, along with her younger sister Jane and ex-brother-in-law Prince Charles flew to Paris to accompany Diana's body back to England


1998

In Canada, Charles has supported humanitarian projects, for example taking part, along with his two sons, in the ceremonies marking the 1998 International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination add something

 

Elizabeth Buchanan - She worked for a public relations firm run by Timothy Bell, from which she was assigned in 1998 on a two year secondment to the Office of the Prince of Wales as Assistant Private Secretary

 

Elena Montero - On December 10, 1998, a Royal Command Performance for "Zorro" was toplined by Prince Charles and his sons

 

The Mask of Zorro - On December 10, 1998, a Royal Command Performance for "Zorro" was toplined by Prince Charles and his sons


 

In 1999, the Prince agreed to the use of his title for the Prince of Wales Prize for Municipal Heritage Leadership, awarded by the Heritage Canada Foundation to municipal governments that have shown sustained commitment to the conservation of historic places add something

 

Institute of Cancer Research - In 1999 the Chester Beatty Laboratory in Chelsea was redeveloped and extended to incorporate the Breakthrough Toby Robins Breast Cancer Research Centre, which was opened by HRH The Prince of Wales in 1999


2000

In 2000, he revived the tradition of appointing harpists to the Royal Court, by appointing an Official Harpist to the Prince of Wales add something

 

In 2000, he was appointed as Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland add something

 

The UK soap opera "Coronation Street" featured an appearance by Charles during the show's 40th anniversary in 2000, as did the New Zealand adult cartoon series "bro'Town" , after he attended a performance by the show's creators during a tour of the country add something

 

Richard Branson - He was knighted by Charles, Prince of Wales on 30 March 2000 at an investiture in Buckingham Palace


2001

Although the 2001 foot-and-mouth epidemic in England prevented Charles from visiting organic farms in Saskatchewan, he met the farmers at Assiniboia town hall add something


2002

He founded The Prince's Foundation for Children and The Arts in 2002 to help more children experience the arts first-hand add something

 

In 2002, Charles, "so often a target of the Press, got his chance to return fire" when addressing "scores of editors, publishers and other media executives" gathered at St Bride's Fleet Street to celebrate 300 years of journalism add something

 

Mark Bolland - He resigned in 2002, but continued as a public relations consultant to the Prince of Wales until the end of 2003


2003

He has praised Kabbalistic artworks, and penned a memorial for Kathleen Raine, the Neoplatonist poet who died in 2003 add something

 

Tom Shebbeare - In 2003 he left the Prince's Trust, being succeeded by Martina Milburn, to join the Office of HRH the Prince of Wales as head of its new Charities office

 

Stuckism International Gallery - In September 2003, the gallery collaborated with the Prince of Wales in hosting a charity show and auction with paintings including ones by Judi Dench, Jerry Hall and, said Thomson, "a painting from the BritArt artist Gavin Turk, who is normally somebody we would attack

 

Mick Jagger - On 12 December 2003, Jagger was made a Knight Bachelor for services to music, as Sir Michael Jagger by The Prince of Wales


2004

Mutton Renaissance Campaign - In 2004, he founded the Mutton Renaissance Campaign, which aims to support British sheep farmers and make mutton more attractive to Britons add something

 

Charles frequently took part in fox hunting, before the sport was banned in the United Kingdom in 2005 add something

 

Hayley Westenra - Also in 2004, she began her world tour of New Zealand, Australia, Japan, USA and Britain, performing in a concert in November for Her Majesty The Queen, the Prime Minister Tony Blair, The Prince of Wales, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice and the President at the time George W. Bush

 

Chelsy Davy - Davy had what the press described as a "turbulent" relationship with Prince Harry, the younger son of the Prince of Wales and Diana, Princess of Wales, from early 2004, when the pair met while Davy was a boarder at Stowe School, to May 2010, when the pair mutually agreed to end their relationship for good after many years of being an on-and-off couple

 

James Hill (British Army officer) - In 2004 he attended the 60th Anniversary of the Normandy landings, and a bronze statue of him was unveiled at Le Mesnil crossroads by Charles, Prince of Wales, Colonel in Chief of the Parachute Regiment

 

Robin Gibb - In 2004, the Bee Gees received their CBEs from the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace for their "contribution to music"


2005

Charles's anguish was recorded in his private comments to Prince William, caught on a microphone during a press photo-call in 2005 and published in the national press add something

 

In 2005, after a lengthy continued association, the Prince married Camilla, who uses the title Duchess of Cornwall add something

 

The engagement of Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles was announced on 10 February 2005; he presented her with an engagement ring which had belonged to his grandmother add something

 

Wartski - In 2005, Wartski made the wedding rings for Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall


2006

Charles was interviewed with Princes William and Harry by Ant & Dec to mark the 30th anniversary of The Prince's Trust in 2006 add something

 

In 2006 the Prince bought a house in the Transylvanian village of Viscri and in 2008 he bought a house in the 16th-century village of Zalánpatak add something

 

In 2006, the Prince filed a court case against the "Mail on Sunday", after excerpts of his personal journals were published, revealing his opinions on matters such as the transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong to China in 1997, in which Charles described the Chinese government officials as "appalling old waxworks" add something

 

The Prince's Foundation for Integrated Health attracted opposition from the scientific and medical community over its campaign encouraging general practitioners to offer herbal and other alternative treatments to National Health Service patients, and in May 2006, Charles made a speech at the World Health Assembly in Geneva, urging the integration of conventional and alternative medicine and arguing for homoeopathy add something

 

Khalid bin Faisal Al Saud - According to a leaked Wikileaks cable, Prince Khalid went to extraordinary lengths to renovate his late father's palace to host a party for Prince Charles, during the Prince of Wales' visit to the kingdom in 2006

 

Ken Dodd - More recently, Ken Dodd appeared at the Royal Variety Performance in 2006 in front of Charles, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, where he reprised some of his famous jokes, including those about tax accountants as well as singing his famous song "Happiness"

 

Kew Palace - Kew Palace was used to hold a dinner hosted by Charles, Prince of Wales to celebrate the 80th birthday of Elizabeth II on April 21, 2006


2007

In 2007 the Prince purchased a 192 acre property in Carmarthenshire, and applied for permission to convert the farm into a Welsh home for him and the Duchess of Cornwall, to be rented out as holiday flats when the royal couple is not in residence add something

 

In 2007, Charles launched The Prince's May Day Network, which encourages businesses to take action on climate change add something

 

In February 2007, Duchy Originals products themselves came under attack, with the tabloid "Daily Mail" claiming that the food was "unhealthier than Big Macs add something

 

British Asian Trust - The British Asian Trust was founded in 2007 by a group of British Asian business leaders at the suggestion of Prince Charles Founded by HRH The Prince of Wales and led by the community, The British Asian Trust aims to transform lives by investing in charities making the greatest impact on poverty in South Asia and the UK. The Trust works for lasting change by increasing the power of charitable giving in the critical areas of education, health and livelihoods

 

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge - Media attention increased around the time of her 25th birthday in January 2007, prompting warnings from both The Prince of Wales and Prince William and from Middleton's lawyers, who threatened legal action

 

Willard Wigan - In July 2007 Willard Wigan was honoured by HRH Prince of Wales with an MBE for his services to art


2008

In 2008, "The Daily Telegraph" declared Charles the "hardest-working member of the royal family add something

 

Speaking to the European Parliament on 14 February 2008, he called for European Union leadership in the war against climate change add something

 

In April 2008, "The Times" published a letter from Edzard Ernst, Professor of Complementary Medicine at the University of Exeter, which asked the Prince's Foundation to recall two guides promoting alternative medicine, saying "the majority of alternative therapies appear to be clinically ineffective, and many are downright dangerous add something

 

Charles and Camilla first stayed at the new property, called "Llwynywermod", in June 2008 add something

 

Katie Price - In 2008, Price was refused admission to Guards Polo Club for the most prestigious day in the international Polo Season and a highlight of the British Social Season, the Hurlingham Polo Cartier International match for the Coronation Cup, presented by Prince Charles


2009

In 2009, Charles wrote to the Qatari royal family, the developers of the Chelsea Barracks site, labelling Lord Rogers's design for the site "unsuitable" add something

 

In 2009, the Advertising Standards Authority criticised an email that Duchy Originals had sent out to advertise its Echina-Relief, Hyperi-Lift and Detox Tinctures products saying that it was misleading add something

 

Since 2009, Charles holds the second highest ranks in all three branches of the Canadian Forces and, since 16 June 2012, the highest ranks of the three branches of the British Armed Forces, the latter being to recognise his "dedicated support add something

 

In October 2009, it was reported that Charles had personally lobbied the Health Secretary, Andy Burnham, regarding greater provision of alternative treatments in the NHS. add something

 

Michaelle Jean - She, along with Prince Charles, did the same at the 2009 Remembrance Day events in Ottawa , both at that time sporting Canadian army dress uniform

 

ECAMI - On June 11, 2009, in London, HRH Prince Charles, Prince of Wales presented Max Lacayo The Ashden Energy Enterprise Award for ECAMI's achievements, particularly for the installation of high quality photovoltaic systems in rural and off-grid areas


2010

The 108 Livery companies of the City of London cumulatively donated £41 million to charity during 2010 add something

 

The Prince's Foundation was re-branded and re-launched later in 2010 as "The College of Medicine" add something

 

In April 2010, following accounting irregularities, a former official at the foundation and his wife were arrested for fraud believed to total £300,000 add something

 

All England Club - Andy Murray and Jarkko Nieminen elected to bow when the Queen visited The Championships for their 2010 2nd Round match, as did Roger Federer and Fabio Fognini at their 2nd round match, watched by the Prince of Wales, in 2012

 

Pakistan Recovery Fund - The "'Pakistan Recovery Fund"' is a disaster relief fund started by Charles, Prince of Wales to aid Pakistan after the 2010 monsoon season

 

Rolls-Royce Phantom VI - On the evening of 9 December 2010, the car was attacked by student protestors as it carried The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall to the Royal Variety Performance in London


2011

He attends official events in the United Kingdom in support of Commonwealth countries, such as the Christchurch earthquake memorial service at Westminster Abbey in 2011 add something

 

On 16 November 2011, he attended a special service at Westminster Abbey celebrating the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible in the presence of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh add something

 

Bara brith - When Charles, Prince of Wales visited Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, in 2011, he tried Bara Brith ice-cream

 

Edward VII of the United Kingdom - Before his accession to the throne, Edward was the longest-serving heir apparent in British history, until surpassed by his great-great-grandson Charles, Prince of Wales, on 22 April 2011

 

Edward VII - Before his accession to the throne, Edward was the longest-serving heir apparent in British history, until surpassed by his great-great-grandson Charles, Prince of Wales, on 22 April 2011

 

Rowan Williams - On 16 November 2011, Williams attended a special service at Westminster Abbey celebrating the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible in the presence of Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip and Prince Charles who is the Patron of the King James Bible Trust


2012

His saving of the Scottish stately home Dumfries House was the subject of Alan Titchmarsh's documentary "Royal Restoration" in 2012 add something

 

On 10 May 2012, Charles tried his hand at being a weather presenter for the BBC, reporting the forecast for Scotland as part of their annual week at Holyrood Palace add something

 

On 16 June 2012, the Queen awarded the Prince of Wales honorary five-star rank in all three branches of the British Armed Forces, "to acknowledge his support in her role as Commander-in-Chief add something

 

On 27 August 2012 the Prince of Wales addressed the International Union for Conservation of Nature - World Conservation Congress, supporting the view that grazing animals are needed to keep soils and grassland productive: add something

 

In December 2012, Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs were asked to investigate alleged tax avoidance by the Duchy of Cornwall add something

 

Jerry Mateparae - On 14 November 2012 he hosted a birthday party for Charles, Prince of Wales who was visiting New Zealand and for 64 other New Zealanders; all of whom share the same birthday date of 14 November


2013

In 2013, Charles donated an unspecified sum of money to the British Red Cross Syria Crisis appeal and DEC Syria appeal, which is run by 14 U.K charities to help victims of Syria's ongoing humanitarian crisis add something

 

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall attended the enthronement of the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at Canterbury Cathedral on 21 March 2013 add something

 

If he became monarch at present he would be the second-oldest person to do so, after William IV, whom he will pass on 19 September 2013 add something

 

In May 2013, Buckingham Palace announced that the Prince of Wales will represent the Queen for the first time at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2013, which will take place at Colombo, Sri Lanka from 15 to 17 November 2013 add something

 

Bridlington - On 23 July 2013 Hinde gave a special proclamation outside Bridlington Priory, prior to the visit of HRH Charles, Prince of Wales and HRH Duchess of Cornwall,which was part of the special "Priory 900" celebrations

 

Adele (singer) - On 19 December 2013, Adele was made a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire by Charles, Prince of Wales

 

Adele - On 19 December 2013, Adele was made a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire by Charles, Prince of Wales


2014

It has been an ambivalent relationship, largely impacted by his marriage to Diana and its aftermath, but centred on his future conduct as king, such as the 2014 play "King Charles III" add something

 

In March 2014, Charles arranged for five million measles-rubella vaccinations for children in the Philippines on the outbreak of measles in South-East Asia add something

 

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge - Following the end of his more than seven-and-a-half years of full-time service with the British armed forces, in early 2014, from early January to late March, Prince William will attend a series of seminars, lectures, and meetings in agricultural management at the University of Cambridge, in Cambridge, England

 

Tim Pigott-Smith - He returned to the Almeida in 2014 as a post-accession Charles, Prince of Wales in "King Charles III"

 

Mike Bartlett (playwright) - In 2014 his play "King Charles III" premiered at the Almeida

 

Mark Bolland - A two part television series on Bolland's work for Charles, "Reinventing the Royals", was due to be broadcast on BBC 2 in January 2014 but was postponed

 

Edith Stein - On 6 June 2014, the 70th anniversary of D-Day, a bell dedicated to her was named by Prince Charles at Bayeux Cathedral


2015

In March 2015, the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom decided that the Prince's letters must be released add something

 

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall made their first joint trip to the Republic of Ireland in May 2015 add something

 

In December 2015 "Channel 4 News" revealed that interviews with Charles were subject to a contract that restricts questions to those previously approved, and gives his staff oversight of editing and the right to "remove the contribution in its entirety from the programme" add something

 

Ching He Huang - In 2015, she was asked to demonstrate to the HRH Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall the art of dumpling making on their royal visit to Chinatown in London in celebration of Chinese New Year on 19 February 2015

 

Mike Bartlett (playwright) - In April 2015 Bartlett's plays were *awarded two additional Olivier *awards, his play King Charles III won Best New Play, and a production of his play Bull won Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre

 

Louis Mountbatten - In May 2015, during a meeting with Prince Charles, Adams did not apologize


2016

In 2016 it was reported that his estates receive £100,000 a year in European Union agricultural subsidies add something

 

Van Morrison - On 4 February 2016 he was knighted, by Prince Charles, for his musical achievements and his services to tourism and charitable causes in Northern Ireland


2017

Charles is the second-longest serving Prince of Wales, behind Edward VII, whose record he could surpass on 9 September 2017 add something

 

Mike Bartlett (playwright) - A BBC TV version of Bartlett's play "King Charles III" was broadcast in May 2017 and generated controversy

 

Mike Bartlett (playwright) - On 10 May 2017, the BBC broadcast a TV adaptation of Bartlett's play, "King Charles III", which generated controversy

 

Edward VII of the United Kingdom - Edward was the longest-serving holder of that title until surpassed by Charles on 9 September 2017; Edward was Prince of Wales between 8 December 1841 and 22 January 1901

 

Edward VII - Edward was the longest-serving holder of that title until surpassed by Charles on 9 September 2017; Edward was Prince of Wales between 8 December 1841 and 22 January 1901


2018

In May 2018, a garden party was thrown at Buckingham Palace ahead of his 70th birthday to celebrate his charity work and military affiliations add something

 

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge - The couple have two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, and are expecting their third in April 2018

 

Elizabeth II - On 20 April 2018 the government leaders of the Commonwealth of Nations announced that the Queen will be succeeded by Prince Charles as head of the Commonwealth


2019

On 7 March 2019, a Buckingham Palace event marked the 50th anniversary of Charles's investiture as the Prince of Wales add something