Prince Charles won't "meddle" when he succeeds as King

Angelo Anderson
November 9, 2018

Apparently, Prince Charles gets really "frustrated" about global warming and feels "no-one listens" despite campaigning for the issue for numerous years.

Speaking in detail about his future role as head of state the prince said: "You know, I've tried to make sure whatever I've done has been non-party political, and I think it's vital to remember there's only room for one sovereign at a time, not two. Not two", he says.

"They're all tools in the bag, if you see what I mean, that can enhance the UK's opportunities to do business".

Prince William tells the programme that his father is "brilliant" with his three grandchildren, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis who all feature in an official photo placed prominently behind Charles during one of his interviews in the show.

But he told the BBC that he would operate within "constitutional parameters" as king.

"I've never been a monarchist, but if you believe in a monarchy, then I don't see why the monarch now, or in the future, should be expected to be completely viewless and silent on everything", he told the Press Association.


Speaking in the new documentary Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70, Prince Harry spoke about his father's concer surrounding climate change and environmental pollution.

"But the idea somehow that I'm going to go on exactly the same way if I have to succeed is complete nonsense because the two. the two situations are completely different. I think it was a very... it was a lovely gesture". "But it's a different function". I'm not that stupid. "I don't think people realize quite how kind he is".

Slamming the documentary on BBC One tonight, described as a 'clear the decks interview, anti-Monarchists Republic said: 'The royal PR machine are facing a crisis as Charles prepares to take the throne'. "So of course I understand entirely how that should operate". Appealing to Charles to slow down, he says: "I would like him to have more time with the children". But William adds that they all want more time with Charles who has a packed royal agenda even as he approaches seventy. The Duchess of Cornwall pays tribute to her husband saying that she wishes people got to know him better and his sense of humour.

Prince, Son and Heir, Charles at 70, on BBC 1 at 21.00 on Thursday 8 November.

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