Prince Charles won't 'meddle' when he becomes king

Prince Charles

Prince Charles

When Meghan's dad didn't step up to the plate, Prince Charles did.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, admitted she couldn't see the exchange between father and son at the altar but later watched it back on TV.

An air date for the documentary in SA has not yet been confirmed.

In 2013, it was revealed he had held 36 meetings with government ministers over three years, while two years later, Britain's top court ruled that dozens of his letters to ministers - dubbed the "black spider memos" because of his scrawled handwriting - could be released.

"It's unsurprising that the royals are rushing to change Charles's public image as he prepares to become king, but does he really expect us to believe he won't capitalise on all the powers he's about to inherit?" "I think people by now would have been rather fed up if I hadn't, I would have thought," he added.

"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".

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"The conditions in which people were living". Although the position is not hereditary, his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, who has led the Commonwealth since 1952, said it was her "sincere wish" that he would head the Commonwealth "one day". That when he's king, HE will be king, not William?

Prince Harry opened up about asking his father, Prince Charles, to walk Meghan Markle down the aisle. Camilla says that Charles is all about his grandkids and that it's not unusual to see him on his hands and knees, crawling around with them and playing. "I was very grateful for him to be able to do that". "He will get down on his knees and crawl about with them for hours, you know, making amusing noises and laughing, and my grandchildren adore him, absolutely adore him".

He said "when he's there, he's brilliant" but "we need him there as much as possible".

The royal couple - who married in May this year - are set to welcome their first child in Spring next year, but despite the unborn tot's royal status, Harry and Meghan are determined to make sure their baby values "normal things in life", like chores and hard work.

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Harry, the Duke of Sussex, asked Prince Charles to step in and perform the symbolic role after Meghan's father pulled out for medical reasons.

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