Prince Charles vows he won't be a meddling monarch

Remigio Civitarese
Novembre 8, 2018

The documentary captures the future king in private and public, from feeding vegetable scraps to his chickens and collecting their eggs at his Highgrove home in Gloucestershire, to visiting Australia's Great Barrier reef to highlight climate change, and Caribbean islands recently devastated by a hurricane. According to an extensive profile of Prince Charles inVanity Fair, the future king and his eldest son couldn't be more different in their handling of the press-with Charles embracing attention and William being all "Thank U, Next". "Not two", he says.

"As they say, "God don butta my bread" (God has blessed me)", he said, praising the city for its dynamism and energy. Because if you become the sovereign then you play the role in the way that it is expected.

But Prince Charles has lobbied on a variety of issues, as shown in a series of letters between him and government ministers known as the "black spider" memos.

"So, clearly I won't be able to do the same things I've done as heir. So, of course, I understand entirely how that should operate", he said. "But it's a different function". I'm not that stupid.

"It's the things he does behind the scenes that people don't know about.I don't think people realise quite how kind he is".

"You know I've tried to make sure whatever I've done has been nonparty political, but I think it's vital to remember there's only room for one sovereign at a time, not two".

He added when asked if his public campaigning would continue: "No, it won't". "As the Prime Minister said, if all the plastic that we have produced since the 1950s that has ended up in the ocean is still with us in one form or another, so that wherever you swim there are particles of plastic near you and we are very close to reaching the point when whatever wild-caught fish you eat will contain plastic. That's how it works". "If that's meddling I'm very proud of it". The schedule is too much for her, as she's 70 years old.

The insider also claims that Harry and Meghan's children are also going to be influenced by Princess Diana because just as her younger son and his American wife, she wanted to appreciate her privileged life and be mindful of those less fortunate.

The inside story of the wedding, which took place in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, is part of a documentary to be aired later on Thursday marking the Prince of Wales' 70th birthday next week.

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