We’re b*****ing it up’ Reason Prince Charles DEEPLY concerned for Royal grandchildren

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We’re b*****ing it up’ Reason Prince Charles DEEPLY concerned for Royal grandchildren

CHARLES, the Prince of Wales, is turning 70 this month shortly after discovering he was expecting his fourth grandchild following his daughter-in-law, the Duchess of Sussex, announcing she was pregnant last month.

The longest-standing heir to the British throne has an action-packed schedule ahead of him in November.

He and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, will be on a tour of Africa at the start of the month.

The Prince of Wales with his wife Camilla Duchess of Cornwall Image GETTY
The Prince of Wales with his wife Camilla Duchess of Cornwall Image GETTY

The Royal couple left for the continent soon after Harry and Meghan returned from their own royal tour of Australia, New Zealand, Tonga and Fiji.

They will return in time for Charles’ 70th birthday on November 14.
Ahead of the celebrations, Prince Charles has given an explosive and revealing newspaper interview which paints an intimate picture of his life.

Asked if he felt optimistic about the world as he enters his eighth decade, the Prince of Wales told the Daily Mail: “I would be 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.”

The Duke of Cornwall has long been a passionate environmentalist.
He campaigns for the preservation of the world’s “natural assets” to ensure they “endure for future generations”.

Prince George called Prince Charles Grandpa Wales Image GETTY
Prince George called Prince Charles Grandpa Wales Image GETTY

Over the years The Prince of Wales has launched many different sustainability initiatives.

He has campaigned for decades to raise awareness of environmental issues, like plastic pollution and climate change.

The projects, which are largely “aimed at delivering practical outcomes” include The Prince’s Rainforest Project, Accounting for Sustainability and the International Sustainability Unit.
He also helps run grassroots initiatives run by Business in the Community such as Project Start and the Mayday Network of UK businesses.

His Royal Highness maintains the principle that “environmental challenges in our increasingly interconnected world are best met by adopting integrated and holistic approaches to sustainability”.

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall with the Dutch royals Image GETTY
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall with the Dutch royals Image GETTY

Reflecting on the work he has done he said: “I don’t know if it’s made any difference, but I had to say something.”

Source: EXPRESS CO UK