King Charles ‘not surprised’ to be excluded from climate conference

King Charles' coronation set for May 6 alongside Camilla

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King Charles III is known for his “ferocious” work ethic and keen interest in matters such as the environment and climate change. However, as monarch he will now be excluded from such events as his priorities change from those as Prince of Wales. Speaking on a recent episode of Palace Confidential, the Daily Mail’s royal editor Rebecca English noted the Palace is now working away to “recalibrate” some of the scheduled plans that were in place, prior to the Queen’s death.

Speaking to host Jo Elvin, Ms English said: “His work ethic is as ferocious as it’s ever been.

“The enviroment is still on, on very high on his list of things that he wants to still plug away at”

Talking about Charles’ exclusion from a climate conference, the Daily Mail’s consultant editor Andrew Pierce said: “I suspect, as Rich says, the King was not surprised to be advised now to go.

“We thought he probably shouldn’t be going anyway.”

Ms English notes that they just have to “tweak” his schedule now and will “recalibrate” some of the plans that were in place.

Also speaking on the episode was the Daily Mail’s diary editor Richard Eden.

Mr Eden said that unlike the Queen, who was very publicly neutral on her views, we “know exactly what [Charles’] views are”.

He noted that one of his “most passionate” areas is the environment and the King has been in attendance at previous Summits.

This proves it is “inevitable” that people will be curious as to whether or not the King will be in attendance from now on.

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Earlier this week, the date that Charles’ Coronation was announced.

Buckingham Palace officially announced it is set to take place at Westminster Abbey on May 6, 2023.

The chosen date has angered a lot of fans of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as May 6, 2023 will mark their son Archie’s fourth birthday.


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Charles immediately became reigning-monarch when his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8.

Camilla, the new Queen Consort will also be crowned in the historic ceremony.

The Coronation next year will be the first in 70 years. The late Queen Elizabeth II’s Coronation took place on June 2, 1953.


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