Prince Charles shared his pride in sons William and Harry in a new interview on climate change.
It’s not often that the 73-year-old Prince of Wales speaks openly about his two children.
But during an interview in an American publication News weekCharles spoke of his sons when discussing his plans to fight climate change.
What did Prince Charles say?
Charles appears in the January issue of the magazine.
During the chat he said, “As a father, I am proud that my sons have recognized this threat.
I am proud that my sons have recognized this threat
“Recently, my older son William created the prestigious Earthshot Prize to stimulate change and help repair our planet for the next decade.”
He continued, “And my younger son Harry was passionate about bringing out the effects of climate change, particularly on Africa, and pledging his charity to be net zero.”
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Meanwhile, Harry has beaten up his father a few times since stepping down from his duties with wife Meghan Markle.
He even found out about Charles’ parenting from a podcast last year.
At the time Harry said, “When it comes to parenting, when I’ve experienced any form of pain or suffering because of the pain or suffering that my father or my parents may have suffered.”
The Queen praises Charles, but “snubs” Harry
But while Charles showered Harry with praise, the Queen was recently accused of snubbed her grandson during her Christmas speech.
In the speech, the monarch praised Charles and William for their environmental work.
And she also noted that they were “admirably supported by the wives Camilla and Catherine”.
Her Majesty said, “We see our own children and their families adopt the roles, traditions and values that mean so much to us as these are passed down from one generation to the next and sometimes adapted to changing times.
“I see it in my own family and it is a source of great happiness. Prince Philip was always aware of this feeling of handing over the baton.
“That’s why he created the Duke of Edinburgh Award.”
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Furthermore, the Queen added, “It remains an amazing achievement based on his belief in the future.
“He was also an early advocate for taking our responsibility to the environment seriously. I am indescribably proud that his pioneering work has been taken over and expanded by our eldest son Charles and his eldest son William. “
It is believed that the Queen spent Christmas with Charles and his wife Camilla.
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