Prince Charles has reached a milestone – he will now be the oldest monarch crowned when his time comes.
The Telegraph reports the previous record-holder was William IV who was 64 years, 10 months and five days old when he became king in 1830.
Prince Charles will turn 65 on Nov. 14.
Over the past few years, there has been chatter Charles will step aside and let his son, William, become king when Queen Elizabeth dies. But Charles hasn’t really given any indication he’s actually considering that (especially since he hasn’t ruled out making Camilla queen, as opposed to princess consort, which Camilla has said she would prefer to become).
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