Prince Charles, the heir to Britain’s throne, became the longest-serving Prince of Wales in history. The 68-year-old broke the record of Queen Victoria’s oldest son Albert, who went on to become King Edward VII after holding the title of Prince of Wales for more than 59 years before becoming monarch.
Prince Charles is the 21st Prince of Wales in the current line. Prince Charles was created Prince of Wales when he was nine years old on July 26, 1958. He has now held the title for more than 59 years.
Important Takeaways from Above News-
- The Prince of Wales is historically the title bestowed.
- In 1301 Edward of Caernarfon, the future Edward II was invested as Prince of Wales – this was the first time the eldest son of the King of England had been bestowed the title.
Source- The Indian Express