Prince Harry Praises His Dad for Walking Meghan Markle Down the Aisle

  • Prince Harry Praises His Dad for Walking Meghan Markle Down the Aisle

Prince Harry Praises His Dad for Walking Meghan Markle Down the Aisle

The eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II - formally known as the Prince of Wales - has always been seen as interfering because of his private lobbying of ministers and public statements on a range of subjects from architecture to the environment. I'm not that stupid. Charles tells the programme that "the idea, somehow, that I'm going to go on in exactly the same way, if I have to succeed, is complete nonsense because...the two situations are completely different'".

He said he would have to operate within "constitutional parameters". "So of course I understand entirely how that should operate".

Kola Ologbondiyan, national publicity secretary of the PDP, called on the prince of Wales to prevail on the president "on the continued violation of human rights, siege on democratic institutions, political intolerance and stifling of opposition and free speech in the country under his administration".

He said: "If it's meddling to worry about the inner cities as I did 40 years ago, then if that's meddling I'm proud of it". William says "we need him there as much as possible". He added: "The conditions in which people were living. I think people by now would have been rather fed up if I hadn't, I would have thought", he said. His words, the strongest yet on the subject of his kinghood, are to be broadcast in a documentary on BBC One on Thursday to mark his 70th birthday.

"So, there's nothing laid down, that's what makes it so interesting, challenging and of course complicated".

"For example, I love Victoria Beckham dresses, but I don't have the long torso to support that silhouette".

The second in line to the throne says: "There are so many things I admire about my father - his work ethic, his passions. but 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".

She added: "He would like to save the world".

The 71-year-old royal also praised her husband - who turns 70 on November 14 - for making sure Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, was involved by taking her with him to sign the registry and admitted she feels people don't realise just "how kind" Charles is.