Prince Charles: Expert warns work needs to be ‘redistributed’
The Queen had fans in hysterics this week as she virtually unveiled a statue of herself for the first time at Government House in Adelaide, Australia. The 94-year-old also cracked a joke about those who catch sight of it might be alarmed to think she has paid a surprise visit, much to the delight of the others in the video call. But Graham Smith, of anti-royal group Republic, has warned the Prince of Wales may not garner the same popularity from the public as his mother, who has spent nearly 70 years on the throne.
He told Express.co.uk: “No-one should be King, but even by their own standards Charles is not fit for the role.
“He is openly political on any issue he takes an interest in, from architecture to the environment and NHS spending.
“He secretly lobbies and interferes in the business of government and his treatment of Duchy tenants and demands for legal exemptions that give the Duchy a commercial advantage speak volumes about his priorities and values.
“Values that don’t sit well with the British public.
Prince Charles may not get “the same support” as the Queen, it has been claimed
“The Queen is the last royal to attract that kind of support and respect.
“After decades as heir Charles causes a lot of people a lot of anxiety, whether because of his personal life, public comments, record as Duke of Cornwall or political meddling. He won’t be getting the kind of support his mother has.”