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Ranger Charles: Photo Released To Celebrate King Charles Birthday

Ranger Charles: Photo Released To Celebrate King Charles Birthday- To commemorate King Charles III’s 74th birthday, a previously unreleased photograph of the monarch was made public.

The image depicts King Charles III departing on an oak tree in his new position as Windsor Great Park’s ranger. Prince Philip, the father of King Charles III, served as the park ranger at Windsor Great Park in the past.

Ranger Charles: Photo Released To Celebrate King Charles Birthday
An official photograph has been released to mark the King’s 74th birthday – showing him in his new role as ranger of Windsor Great Park. Credit: Twitter

Ranger Charles: Photo Released To Celebrate King Charles Birthday

The King, who will celebrate his first birthday as King in private, was disclosed by the BBC. Ranger duties in Windsor Great Park have existed since the sixteenth century.

The first person to bear the title was Sir Henry Neville, who was chosen in 1559 by Queen Elizabeth I. The Household Cavalry performed Happy Birthday to their new king on Monday morning in London as part of the ceremony to change the guard.


The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery fired guns in the park in honor of the King’s birthday, and the Army in London also shared a video of the event.


Guns are firing in the Green Park! @KingsTroopRHA are celebrating the birthday of His Majesty King Charles III. @RoyalFamily @ClarenceHouse @BritishArmy pic.twitter.com/Or08PzdQvz


Guns Are Firing In The Green Park To Celebrate Birthday Of His Majesty King Charles III

All throughout London, salutes with guns have been fired, with Green Park receiving 41 volleys from the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery. The Honourable Artillery Company saluted the Tower of London with 62 guns.

Another royal custom is for the queen to have a separate formal birthday in the summer in conjunction with the Trooping the Colour parade.

The annual Birthday honors were announced on the Saturday in mid-June that was designated as Queen Elizabeth II’s official birthday. Whether the King will adhere to the same pattern is not yet certain.

King Charles has previously experienced a few special birthday parties.

During the taping of a star-studded broadcast birthday extravaganza held at London’s Lyceum Theatre to benefit the Prince’s Trust charity in 1998, the then Prince of Wales, who was celebrating his 50th birthday, was there.

It included a special comedy sketch in which Stephen Fry played the then-Prince of Wales and Rowan Atkinson reprised his role as Lord Blackadder from the adored comedy series.

But probably the most memorable part of the night was when Geri Halliwell, who had just left the Spice Girls, sang Happy Birthday in a frantic style reminiscent of the famous performance given to US President John F. Kennedy in 1962 by actress Marilyn Monroe.

Ranger Charles: Photo Released To Celebrate King Charles Birthday
Gerri Halliwell backstage with the King at the gala to mark his 50th birthday in 1998

He occasionally spent his birthday abroad on official business as the Prince of Wales, where he would have a cake.

On his 70th birthday, the King declared his fondness for “groussaka,” which is his adaptation of the Greek dish moussaka made with grouse rather than lamb.


Prince William and Princess Kate also issued a sweet message to the monarch on Twitter.

“Wishing a very happy birthday to His Majesty The King!” they wrote.

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