Prince Charles, Duchess Of Cornwall Arrive In Nigeria

Esequiel Farfan
Noviembre 8, 2018

As he prepares to welcome his fourth grandchild, Prince Charles is opening up about his deep concerns about the "damaged and destroyed world" the next generation of royals may grow up in.

"I'm about to have another grandchild, actually".

Prince Charles will instead spend his final day in the Nigerian capital of Abuja, where he will meet local people and take part in talks about conflict resolution. I suspect quite a few of you may too have grandchildren or will do soon. "All grandchildren deserve a better future".

Prince Charles, who'll be celebrating his 70 birthday later this month, also spoke about ways to reduce plastic waste, People magazine reports.

More news: Zara lanza su tienda global por internet en 106 nuevos mercados

"A good start has been made", he said. We do, however, need to keep it there as the amount of plastic entering the ocean every year is, unbelievably, set to get worse rather than better. "I do fervently pray that you'll all do your utmost to work together in the coming year to make real, substantial progress", he said.

"Work that has given self-confidence and opportunity to thousands of young people who might not have had the best start in life; Or to champion causes like climate change long before nearly anyone else was talking about it; and above all, for your vision and ability to bring people together to make change happen", Harry said, according to the royal family's official website.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting their very first addition to the family, and now, a report claims the Royals are planning to give their offspring a normal upbringing - at least as much as possible! Perhaps the new royal will one day work on environmental issues with Granddad.

Otros informes por

Discuta este artículo