A crown prince has apologised for saying that he had not done enough to make sure the royal couple could celebrate their 90th wedding anniversary.

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles, the Duchess of Cornwall, were married in 2006 and 2009 and have been in their 20s for two years.

The Duke of Edinburgh said in a video message released by the state-owned broadcaster that he would be honoured to “give thanks for the happiness that has come to the couple, the love that has been there and the good will”.

Charles and Camille were married on June 3, 2006. “

I know that it is not something I am proud of, but I know I am doing my best,” Charles said in the video.

Charles and Camille were married on June 3, 2006.

He was first introduced to her by Prince William at the age of seven.

Charles was crowned Prince of the United Kingdom at Buckingham Palace in 2013.

The couple have a son, Prince George, from a previous marriage.

Charles, Duke of Cambridge, and Camilia, Duchess of Cambridge are the first couple to marry outside of the British Commonwealth.

Charles is the oldest living monarch.

He will become the oldest to rule Britain when he turns 90.

The Queen is 89.

The couple had planned to celebrate their wedding anniversary in March 2020.

Charles has not ruled out his future as monarch, saying: “It’s my intention to stay on until the day I die.

I think I am up to that.”