How Old Is Prince Charles, The Prince Of Wales, Heir To The British Throne?


Prince Charles is the longest-reigning and oldest heir apparent to the British throne. He has held this position since 1952. 

Prince Charles has been the ruler of Wales since 1958, making him the longest-reigning prince in the country's history. 

In his role as Prince of Wales, Charles represents his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II, in official capacities. 

In addition to being the founder of The Prince's Trust in 1976, he also serves as a patron, president, or member of over 400 other organizations. 

In the summer of 1981, he wed Diana Spencer; however, the couple later divorced. Sometime later, Charles wed Camilla Parker Bowles. 

He is the father of Princes William and Harry and the grandfather of the young royals. 

The Prince's Trust and the Prince's Rainforest Project are just two examples of his many charitable and environmental initiatives.