Entertainment: Charles III: “I will surely be dead”, this little joke before the disappearance of Elizabeth II

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Charles III : “Je serai sûrement mort”, cette petite blague avant la disparition d’Elizabeth II © Agency / Bestimage Charles III: “I will surely be dead”, this little joke before the disappearance of Elizabeth II little From time to time before the death of Queen Elizabeth II, King Charles III had granted a television interview to the poet Pam Ayres in his garden of Highgrove House, in the Gloucestershire. A ride in the great outdoors during which the monarch did not lack humor.

In the Windsor, humor, like the crown of England, is part of the family heritage. On the occasion of a new program presented by the poet Pam Ayres and recorded some time before the death of Elizabeth II, on September 8 , King Charles III returned to one of His biggest passions: nature . Wandering in the gardens of his Highgrove House home, in the Gloucestershire countryside, The 72 -year -old monarch confided that he liked to spread flower seeds where he could each fall and winter.

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"Then you have to wait seven or eight years before something grows," said King Charles III , before adding with humor: " by then, I will surely be dead! "Always smiling, The husband of Camilla Parker Bowles also said that he was having fun counting the number of wild orchids he saw in nature. An activity quickly abandoned, because "there are really many now" .

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Charles III, precursor on ecology

in great animal lover, The father of William even created a ramp in the 'One of the fountains. Its usefulness: to allow hedgehogs unfortunately fallen into the water to extract them. An ingenious construction which aroused the admiration of Pam Ayres . Precursor in the field of ecology, King Charles III displayed his commitment to the cause from the mid -1980s. At that time, The old prince of Wales had even converted his domain of Cornwalls into Cornwall into Cornwalls biological farm . A commitment he hopes to continue now that he is king.

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