'So proud': Harry on Prince Charles walking Meghan down the aisle


"I asked him to and I think he knew it was coming and he immediately said, 'Yes, of course, I'll do whatever Megan needs and I'm here to support you, '" said Harry. 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. It won't. I'm not that stupid.

"But 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, the two situations are completely different".

"So, 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".

According to Us Weekly, Meghan Markle wants her future children to have a normal childhood and lifestyle or at least one that is very different than what Prince George, Princess Charlotte and 6-month-old Prince Louis have today.

He added when asked if his public campaigning would continue: "No, it won't".

When questioned about what some have termed his "meddling", Charles defends his actions, which include establishing the Prince's Trust in 1976 to help disadvantaged young people.

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"If it's meddling to worry about the inner cities as I did 40 years ago. if that's meddling, I'm very proud of it", he said.

The royals have been tight-lipped about Meghan Markle's dad drama, but Prince Harry is finally opening up in a new doc about how "grateful" and supportive his dad Prince Charles was in Meghan's time of need.

In the documentary, Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70, which is due to air tonight, Harry speaks about those final few days before the wedding and how it came to be that Charles would walk his future daughter-in-law down the aisle.

The Prince of Wales has been championing environmental and social issues for many years and the Duchess of Cornwall said he was "pretty impatient" to get things done. "And I would love to tell him to pace himself, but I'm afraid that's not gonna happen".

Ahead of the Australian tour, the source added: "The Duchess doesn't want this, she does get exhausted".

Prince Charles, who took over as the Head of the 53-member Commonwealth of Nations last April, succeeding his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, has already visited 44 African nations.