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There is a reason why Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, called her husband, Prince Charles, a hard-working Prince of Wales
Wednesday's annual. A briefing of the Royal Financial Report revealed that Prince of Wales writes more than 2,400 letters a year – almost seven a day.
According to People magazine, many are written directly to the general public. A 73-year-old woman reportedly receives tens of thousands of letters annually.
"When members of the masses write to him, they may be surprised to see their personal letter from the heir to the throne on the doormat," royal sources said. I told the outlet.
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Prince Charles writes letters in the office most of the time .. (Jeff J Mitchell / Getty Images)
"That's all about listening," the insider shared. "He says,'We learn only when we hear,' and when the general public writes to him, it's a kind of positive listening. He actually brings his thoughts and comments on board and learns from them. According to the
outlet,Charles' youngest son, Prince Harry, wakes up with paper from his father, who is known to have been sitting at his desk all night. I have joked. He stuck to his face.
Charles has spent the last three decades overcoming the effects of the messy collapse of his marriage to Princess Diana.
It took many years for many in Britain to forgive Charles, and unfaithfulness and long-standing ties with Camilla shot the relationship with Diana with a torpedo. The masses in a way her husband could never. Princess Wales, who should have turned 61 on July 1, died in a car accident in Paris in 1997, five years after leaving Charles. She was 36 years old.
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Princess Diana will be 61 years old on July 1st.(Tim Graham Photo Library via Getty Images)
The mood has eased since Charles married Camilla Parker Bowles in 2005
Camilla, 74, now known as the Duchess of Cornwall, focuses on promoting literacy, helping victims of domestic violence, helping the elderly, and other issues. Only 100 charities. Her warmth softened Charles' suffocating image, making him look more relaxed when he cut the ribbon, revealed his forehead, and did the often daunting task of the royal duty.
Earlier this year,Queen Elizabeth couple by expressing her "honest wish" that Camilla would be known as the "queen's spouse" when Charles became king. Attempted to strengthen his position. Her 96-year-old dismisses the argument that the history of her relationship should leave Camilla to a lower position, and swipes her pen to make her from her homewrecker to her future spouse. I've changed.
Meanwhile, Charles is ready to intervene whenever he needs it. The most dramatic was when he presided over the opening ceremony of the Parliament and presented the government's legislative program earlier this year to give the Queen's Speech.
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Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, known as the Duke of Rothesay in Scotland, and Queen Elizabeth II Attend Queen Elizabeth Bodyguard of Scotland June 30, 2022, parade in the gardens of the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Jane Barlow / WPA Pool / Getty Images)
"Prince Charles has served the longest we have ever experienced. Heirs, "said Robert Hardman, author of" The Queen of Our Time:The Life of Queen Elizabeth II". "He's there. If the Queen can't be there, he's waiting to do whatever he needs, but as you know, she's her in her life. I vowed to reign for, and that's how she sees it. "
Charles has been waiting on his wings for a long time, so his passion is well known.
For example,he launched a campaign on environmental issues long before environmental issues became a mainstream concern. He has been accused of interfering with the forbidden politics of the monarch by talking about property development and other issues he opposed.
During a recent trip to Canada, he admitted the "pain and suffering" suffered by the indigenous community who took away and abused children in a state-sponsored housing school, making it an expensive issue. I stepped in.
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Prince Charles, Duchess of Wales, Camilla and Duchess of Cornwall at the Federal Summit Arrival June 24, 2022, Government dinner at the Marriott Hotel in Kigali, Rwanda. (Chris Jackson / Getty Images)
It may be the shape of something that is about to come.
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HELLO Royal Editor There is Emily Nash. According to the magazine, Charles is involved with people around the world, especially on the issue of climate change.
"This is very important about working together to improve things for future generations," Nash said. "And that's what Prince Charles is absolutely passionate about."
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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