New Royal Family photos released to mark Prince Charles' 70th birthday

Sergio Cunningham
November 14, 2018

Cheryl has shared a sultry picture of her lounging on a bed after attending the birthday celebrations of Prince Charles.

While five-year-old Prince George is now obviously grown up, his six-month-old baby brother, Prince Louis, bears a striking resemblance to how he looked at that age.

Happy birthday Your Royal Highness.

And looking at photos of Prince George when he was snapped visiting the bilby enclosure at Taronga Zoo, he looks nearly identical to his baby brother.

The candid photo was taken the same day as the new formal snaps and shows Prince Charles as a doting grandfather to the little prince.

The BBC documentary gives an unprecedented look at Prince Charles ahead of his 70th birthday next week.

In honor of Prince Charles turning 70 years old, the entire Royal Family gathered to take some stunning portraits together!

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The Queen came in second place, with Prince William sliding into the third spot.

Photographed by Chris Jackson, the pics show the Prince of Wales and his wife sitting outside on a wooden bench next to their grandchildren, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

Kylie, 50 and Cheryl, 35, were pictured shaking hands with the heir to throne, whom they have met several times throughout their career; Cheryl has also worked with Charles extensively in the past in collaboration with his Prince's Trust charity.

But this week's delightful family portraits provide the best view of the chubby-cheeked prince so far, and what a beauty he is. The photos were scheduled to be released on November 14 when he turns the milestone age, but they leaked early on November 13.

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