Prince Charles' official 70th birthday photo montage in the player above.
The prince and the Duchess of Cambridge had been invited to the BBC to try out a new internet safety app. In the casual outdoor shots taken by Chris Jackson at Clarence House, the duchesses pose alongside their husbands, Prince William and Prince Harry, the Prince of Wales and Camilla, plus Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. When Prince William and Kate secretly hosted the recipients of the BBC Radio One's Teen Hero awards at Kensington Palace last month, a few photos were shared by the palace two days later.
"It means that you have lived long enough to see your child grow up". It was also the outfit that Meghan's Suits co-star, Abigail Spencer, wore to her royal wedding back in May.
She said: "It is rather like - to use an analogy I am certain will find favour - planting a tree and being able to watch it grow".More news: 'Hee Haw' star Roy Clark dead at 85
Not only did she pay tribute to Charles' greatness as a man and leader, but she also recognized what a brilliant dad he is to William and Harry, calling him "a wonderful father.' "Sustained by his wife Camilla, he is his own man, passionate and creative", she continued".
Tables were reportedly decorated with blue table clothes, candlesticks and flowers from Highgrove Royal Gardens, which is the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall's private residence.
But the majority were quick to come to the defence of the Prince, pointing out the entire point of the post - which was released on Clarence House's Twitter - was to celebrate Prince Charles' life.More news: Cy-zilla! Snell edges Verlander for AL Cy Young Award
She even made a joke, when she said that Charles is "in every respect a duchy original".
Earlier that day, reporters asked Prince Charles if he'll start slowing down at age 70. But Camilla was quick to chime in: "I doubt it".More news: Tech giants slide, pulling US stock market sharply lower