"Err, no! Though that is what I wanted to say but I was very grateful for him to be able to do that". "I mean the whole point is it has this flexibility about it".
Charles has been criticised in the past for his views on topics such as the environment or architecture, dubbed as meddling by critics. William has been vocal on issues including mental health and wildlife conservation.
Prince Charles has pledged not to interfere in the affairs of state when he becomes king, seeking to dispel concerns about his past activism on issues ranging from global warming to architectural preservation. So, there's nothing laid down.
"So, there's nothing laid down, that's what makes it so interesting, challenging and of course complicated". "It's dark", he said about his life at home with Meghan. Instead, it was later confirmed Prince Charles would take his place. "But afterwards watching it on the television, I think it was a lovely gesture".
As the Queen reduces her workload, more of her official duties are being carried out by her grandchildren and their wives, William and Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and newly-weds Harry and U.S. actress Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. But I've always been intrigued.
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This is part of why people are disappointed in the comment made by Prince William but others have pointed out that the comment will kickstart a conversation and encourage people to think differently when discussing OCD. "If that's meddling, I'm very proud of it".
And with Prince Charles' 70th birthday right around the corner - on November 14, to be exact - William believes now is the flawless time.
"It's vital to remember there's only room for one sovereign at a time, not two", he said in the one-hour programme.
Queen Elizabeth II's eldest son and heir, who turns 70 this month, and winds up a tour of The Gambia, Ghana and Nigeria, today, said he was pleased to be back in "Lasgidi" (Lagos). "I'm not that stupid".
Asked if he could still, as king, "convene power" for good, he replied that would be a matter for ministers.
As he walked through a local market in the capital Port Vila, he asked: "Am I allowed to buy one or two things?" first pointing to a handbag for his wife Camilla.