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It’s hard for people to see the royals’ point of view

It’s hard for people to see the royals’ point of view


June 19, 2023 | 11:42 a.m

Prince William understands that some people may not see the British royal family’s point of view.

The Prince of Wales is on a high-profile mission to solve the homelessness crisis in the UK – but he believes the important causes the company supports are being lost in transforming people’s everyday lives.

“We’re all so busy, and I think sometimes it’s hard to see what family brings and what we do,” said William, who turns 41 on Wednesday. times during the Weekend.

“But the amount of causes, interests, dinners, meetings, visits, whatever they are, that we do day in and day out, throughout the year, we’ve always been involved in that. It’s part of what we do,” he added.

She tries to highlight other causes, other people, and other interests, and help people where possible. We will continue to do so.”

Besides constant calls for a “down with the crown” and “abolition of the monarchy,” William’s comments come amid numerous conflicts in the royal family, including his contentious relationship with his estranged brother Prince Harry, their father King Charles’ recent ascension to the throne and his uncle Prince Andrew’s exploits with Dead rumors jeffrey epstein.

The Prince of Wales (left) has had a difficult relationship with his estranged brother, Prince Harry, in recent years.
Pictures via Getty Images

The father-of-three offered more insight into his campaign for public housing in the revealing interview, sharing how he hopes to dig deeper into his introduction to the subject to Prince George, Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte.

“I think when I can balance that with their education, they will definitely be exposed to it. On the school tour, we talk about what we see,” said William.

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“When we were in London, walking back and forth, we used to regularly see people sitting outside supermarkets, talking about it.”

William also remembers asking his children about the people who live on the streets, “Why are they there? What’s going on here?”

He continued, “I think it’s in all our best interest, it’s the right thing to do, to expose children, at the right stage in the right dialogue, so that they have an understanding.”

Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton stand on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with their children Prince George (from left), Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte after the Parade of the Colored Troops on June 17.

“they [will] He grows up knowing that, in fact: you know what? “Some of us are very lucky, some of us need a little help, and some of us need to do more to help others make their lives better,” said William.

The King then announced that he would “absolutely” establish public housing on the Duchy of Cornwall’s 130,000-acre estate.

William and Harry, 38, visited shelters alongside their late mother, Princess Diana.

The heir is also a patron of homelessness charities central point And the passageboth foundations in which his mother was active.

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