The Prince made the remarks while interviewing for a landmark a new BBC document about his father's "Prince, Son and…
The Prince made the remarks while interviewing for a landmark a new BBC document about his father’s “Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70”, which will be broadcast tonight.
With reference to his father, Harry Harry spoke: “We could have lived in a very protected life, if he had not spent that time in the military.
” Being with real people and living the amazing experiences and actually fanta yourself, serve butter sandwiches and live in quite tough conditions
“I think it’s quite important.”
Prince Charles had an extended military career serving both the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy.
He went to the Royal Navy in 1971 and continued to serve the destroyer HMS Norfolk and a pair of frigates.
974 he qualified as a helicopter pilot who joined the 845 Naval Air Squadron, in which he flew from the airline HMS Hermes.
Prince continued to command HMS Bronington bounder b Efore left the fleet in 1976.
Prince Harry responded to comments from his older brother, Prince William, who claimed military career had little impact on his father.
Asked if Prince Charles was “shaped” by his service Prince William replied, “No, I’d say it does not.”
“I would not say it was shaped him, I would say it helped him to form his opinions and personal discipline, but I would not say it shaped him as such.”
“I would say that his form comes from his passion, from his conservation work and his climate change and he found alternative areas more appealing. “
Prince Charles continues to maintain close involvement with the United Kingdom military and is currently superior in numerous formations including parachute and Mercian regiments. 19659002] Both Prince William and Prince Harry followed his father’s footsteps by joining the military, serving both the army and Prince William continuing to join the RAF. [1 9659002] Prince Harry was deployed to Afghanistan twice in 2008 and 2012, but that The first visit is shortly after being exposed to the press.
The documentary, “Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70”, is based on 12 months behind the scenes access to the prince and his staff.
It will be broadcast tonight on BBC One at 9.00.