Prince Charles is excited to wait for his fourth grandchild, but at the same time he is worried about the…
Prince Charles is excited to wait for his fourth grandchild, but at the same time he is worried about the planet they will inherit.
The King, who has a lifelong commitment to conservation and the environment, spoke during his visit to Ghana about the announcement that his son, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, expect their first baby in the spring – and how the new generation will be affected by the current contaminant.
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“I’ll actually have another grandson. I suspect that some of you may also have grandchildren or will be doing soon,” he says, according to Telegraph . “I’m mad if we’re going to swear this completely contaminated, injured and destroyed the world for them. “
Charles continued:” All grandchildren deserve a better future. “
The Queen’s oldest child, celebrating his 70th birthday later this month, focused his speech on plastic and the need for innovative ways to reduce his waste.
“A good start has been made. The issue of plastic waste in the environment, especially the ocean, is now on the agenda,” he says. “However, we need to keep that amount of plastic entering the ocean every year is incredibly worse than better. We can not, really do not, allow this situation to continue. “
Charles continued:” A solution is achievable and must simply be done for all of our things – and above all for all the long-term viability of marine species that already suffer unbearable due to our actions. Prince Harry and Meghan Announce They Await the First Child
During a tour of Whiskey Distillery Royal Lochnagar in Scotland last month, Charles was asked if he had toasted on the news that his younger son had a child.
“Oh yes, absolutely, he said. “Repeatedly”.
He has also recently been praised for his grandchildren, Prince William and Kate Middleton, in a video released on social media: the official family portrait of Prince Louis’s death in July with Louis, 6 months, Princess Charlotte, 3 and Prince George, 5.
Charles spoke openly about a special gift that he planted for his first grandchild, Prince George, just after his birth in July 2013 in the upcoming documentary Prince, Son and heir: Charles of 70 .
Charles speaks from his arboretum at his Scottish home to the Birkhall, and he is burning for dozens of trees planted when the king was born five years ago saying, “This is Georgia’s wood.”
“As I grow older, everything is I really want to plant trees, “Charles continues. “I hope it will be fun for George when they grow up and he grows up.”