‘Some of them come back covered in BLOOD’ – Prince Harry reveals what Charles does for FUN
PRINCE Harry has revealed what Charles likes to do with the Royal guard that leaves them “covered in blood” as the Royal family prepare for the Prince of Wales’ 70th birthday.
Charles takes his personal policemen hedge-laying, apparently leaving them “looking like they’ve had a fight”.
This fact about the longest-standing heir to the throne will be disclosed during a commemorative BBC documentary for the Prince of Wales’ 70th birthday, during which his sons reflect on their father’s hyperactivity after seven decades.
The Duke of Sussex said: “He takes his policemen hedge-laying. Some of them come back covered in blood.”
Prince William adds: “They come back looking like they’ve had a fight.”
The Prince of Wales said he increasingly consults the Duke of Cambridge, next in line to the throne, in all major family decisions.
Charles is also increasingly taking on more work from the Queen and stepped into the Duke of Edinburgh’s shoes for the state visit of the King of Holland.
He is reportedly more settled these days with thanks to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, who he will soon be married to for longer than he was to the late Princess Diana.
The two have sweet banter as they travel along the Heart of Wales Railway Line.
Charles expressed his childish side, saying: “What I love about this is the clackety-clack, clackety clack.”
The Duchess then piped up: “It sends me to sleep.”
Charles is reportedly keen to make his mark and always thinking about the future of the planet.
He has campaigned tirelessly to raise awareness of environmental issues, like plastic pollution and climate change.
He said: “I would be optimistic if we would just stop b*ing about with the planet.
“I just worry about the sort of world my grandchildren are going to live in.”
Reflecting on the work
Source: EXPRESS CO UK