Prince Charles, Duchess Of Cornwall To Visit Nigeria Today

Prince Charles, Duchess Of Cornwall To Visit Nigeria Today

Prince Charles, Duchess Of Cornwall To Visit Nigeria Today

Prince Charles, Prince of Wales speaks during a visit to the YouTube Space London at Kings Cross on May 16, 2018 in London England.

"Doria's quiet dignity and grace at the royal wedding has earned her enormous respect from Meghan's new in-laws", the source told ET, adding that Harry is "enormously fond" of his mother-in-law.

Speaking in a BBC documentary to mark his 70th birthday, Prince Charles said the idea that he would continue making interventions was "nonsense".

Asked whether his public campaigning will go on, the royal replied: "No, it won't".

"I do realize that it is a separate exercise being sovereign".

After the reception, which included a parade by a Guard of the Nigerian Navy, the Prince of Wales was taken on a tour ound Lagos waters on the Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS) EKULU.

"Clearly, I won't be able to do the same things I've done, you know, as heir so of course you operate within the-, the constitutional parameters". I'm not that stupid.

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Camilla and Prince Charles were joined at the state dinner at the Coco Ocean Hotel, by President Adama Barrow and his wife.

The Prince of Wales joined in with traditional Ghanaian dancers, who celebrated the royal's arrival with a cultural display.

When it is put to the Prince that some people see him as meddling, he replies: "Really?"

During the visit, Prince Charles discussed the world's plastic crisis and was also gifted a portrait of himself made from recycled materials.

"There is a whole range of interests that he has and I think Nigeria is a wonderful place to come to because it brings together all of these interests".

Smart man - and right to be so concerned about the state of the world that his generation is now leaving behind to those younger... including Harry and Meghan's coming baby!

In other words, Meghan doesn't want to raise her kids the same way her sister-in-law Kate Middleton raises her children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

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