I'm not that stupid - Charles won't 'meddle' when he is king

I'm not that stupid - Charles won't 'meddle' when he is king

I'm not that stupid - Charles won't 'meddle' when he is king

Prince Charles has revealed he will not "meddle" in public affairs when he becomes King. "I'm not that stupid".

"I asked him to and I think he knew it was coming and he immediately said "Yes, of course, I'll do whatever Meghan needs, and I'm here to support you, '" Prince Harry, 34, says in an upcoming documentary celebrating Prince Charles" 70th birthday, according to Daily Mail. "I do realize that it is a separate exercise being sovereign, so of course I understand entirely how that should operate".

Harry's father Prince Charles agreed to step in as a replacement, and millions of viewers watched on as they made their way to the altar together, with Harry turning and saying, "Thank you Pa" when they reached him. "You only have to look at Shakespeare plays, "Henry V" or 'Henry IV, Part 1 and 2, ' to see the change that can take place - because if you become the sovereign, then you play the role in the way that it is expected", he said.

In other words, Meghan doesn't want to raise her kids the same way her sister-in-law Kate Middleton raises her children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. "You don't say. But I always wonder what meddling is, I mean I always thought it was motivating".

"We are delighted to have an exciting programme of activity in Abuja and Lagos which will showcase those issues close to the Prince's and the Duchess's hearts", she said.

Interviewed for a BBC documentary about his 70th birthday, the prince acknowledged he would not be "able to do the same things I've done as heir" and as monarch would have to operate within "constitutional parameters".

Charles, who turns 70 next week, is the longest-serving heir apparent in British history.

William, setting out his own stall, said: "Personally, I want to be my own man, and take my own style, my own passions and my own interests, my way, and do things slightly differently".

Prince Charles who last visited the country in 2006 during President Olusegun Obasanjo tenure arrived the State House around 2.21pm.

The BBC was given exclusive access to Charles, who will turn 70 on November 14.

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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