Prince Charles ‘never wavered’ support for cause amid claims royal is unfit to be King | Royal | News (Reports)

Prince Charles angry that BBC is still showing clips of interview (Report)
Prince Charles angry that BBC is still showing clips of interview (Report)

The Prince’s Trust is a charity founded by Prince Charles in 1976. The organisation aims to help vulnerable young people get their lives back on track.

According to Town and Country, Martina Milburn, the trust’s group chief executive, said: “He has never wavered in his enthusiasm, his support, and his ambition for the organisation.”

The Prince of Wales is the oldest and longest-serving first heir to the British throne, according the magazine.

He was crowned the Prince of Wales at aged 20 in 1969 during an investiture ceremony at Caernarfon Castle in Wales.

Joe Little, managing editor of Majesty magazine, said at that age Prince Charles “would have had a pretty good idea that it was going to be a long time before he sat on his mother’s throne.”

But the heir to the throne has spent his years since speaking up for causes including sustainability.

For his 70th birthday, in a toast Her Majesty said the Prince of Wales is “a dedicated and respected heir to the throne”.

Despite this, many royal commentators have claimed Prince Charles is unfit to be King.

Royal author, Clive Irving, said Prince Charles was “entirely unsuitable” to be the King of England.

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He said: “We don’t know her opinions on anything, we don’t really know her feelings on anything.

“People may tell you how she feels, but they don’t really know.”

The royal expert added: “She understood from the word go, when she became queen in 1952, that you have to sustain the mystery.

“The person is not the point, the crown is the point, the institution is the point.”

In February, Her Majesty marked her 69th year on the throne.

In recent weeks, Prince Charles has reportedly been a “pillar of strength” for the Queen while the Duke of Edinburgh remains in hospital.

Prince Philip was admitted to the King Edward VII Hospital in London nearly two weeks ago.

Last week, Buckingham Palace confirmed the Duke is “comfortable and responding to treatment” for an infection.

Speaking to Us Weekly, a source said the Queen is “leaning on her loved ones for support”.

They added: “Prince Charles, in particular, is making a real effort to step up.

“Elizabeth is the first to admit that he has been her pillar of strength.”


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