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Prince Charles

(1948-), Prince of Wales

Sitter in 152 portraits
Eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip and heir to the British throne. Created Prince of Wales on 26 July 1958, invested Prince of Wales in 1969. Took a degree at Cambridge (1967-70) before serving in the RAF and Royal Navy (1971-6). On leaving the navy in 1976, the prince founded The Prince's Trust to help young people realise their potential. Environmentalist and champion of organic farming and gardening.

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Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Charles, by Marcus Adams - NPG P140(23)

Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Charles

by Marcus Adams
bromide print, 26 October 1949
NPG P140(23)

Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Charles, by Marcus Adams - NPG P1404

Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Charles

by Marcus Adams
bromide print, 26 October 1949
NPG P1404

The Royal Family, by Yousuf Karsh - NPG P347

The Royal Family

by Yousuf Karsh
bromide print, 1951
NPG P347

Princess Anne; Prince Charles, by Marcus Adams - NPG P140(25)

Princess Anne; Prince Charles

by Marcus Adams
bromide print, 1952
NPG P140(25)

Queen Elizabeth II; Princess Anne; Prince Charles, by Studio Lisa (Lisa Sheridan) - NPG P1614

Queen Elizabeth II; Princess Anne; Prince Charles

by Studio Lisa (Lisa Sheridan)
bromide print, 28 September 1952
NPG P1614

Princess Anne; Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Charles, by Studio Lisa (Lisa Sheridan) - NPG P1616

Princess Anne; Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Charles

by Studio Lisa (Lisa Sheridan)
bromide print, 28 September 1952
NPG P1616

Marcus Adams; Prince Charles, by Marcus Adams - NPG P140(27)

Marcus Adams; Prince Charles

by Marcus Adams
bromide print, 1953
NPG P140(27)

Prince Charles, by Marcus Adams - NPG P140(26)

Prince Charles

by Marcus Adams
bromide print, 1956
NPG P140(26)

Queen Elizabeth II and her family, by Patrick Lichfield - NPG P1577

Queen Elizabeth II and her family

by Patrick Lichfield
bromide print, November 1967
NPG P1577

Queen Elizabeth II and her family, by Desmond Groves - NPG P1543

Queen Elizabeth II and her family

by Desmond Groves
bromide print, 12 April 1971
NPG P1543

Queen Elizabeth II and her family, by Desmond Groves - NPG P1545

Queen Elizabeth II and her family

by Desmond Groves
C-type colour print, April 12 1971
NPG P1545

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