William ‘spent too much time with Charles’ Farage warns as Duke delves into politics

Prince William is too ‘overtly political’ says Farage

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Former Brexit Party MEP Nigel Farage has argued that Prince William has been spending “too much time” with his father Prince Charles and becoming too influenced by the Prince of Wales. Speaking on Sky News Australia, Mr Farage argued Prince William is beginning to dive into political issues by talking about climate change and the need to combat it. This comes after a recent BBC interview where the Duke of Cambridge insisted more needed to be done by the best and brightest to combat the climate crisis.

Prince William received many comparisons to his father after these remarks as Prince Charles has long been an advocate for climate change prevention initiatives.

Mr Farage said: “I have to say, I do think Prince William and his wife Kate, in many ways regarding how they conduct themselves, what we want the Royal Family to be.

“Fantastic, Prince William has given service as well.

“But I just think he has spent too much time with his dad, Prince Charles.

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“This is because he is now diving into something that is actually overtly political.

“We are being told that there will be no sales of petrol or diesel cars after 2030.

“We are now being told that from 2035 we won’t be able to buy a heat pump which is going to cost probably, 10-12 thousand pounds for each household.”

After his comments regarding combating climate change, Prince William received significant criticism. 

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Speaking to the BBC’s Adam Fleming, Prince William made multiple warnings regarding the future of the Earth and of future generations. 

“I want to use my little bit of influence/profile to highlight incredible people doing incredible things and will genuinely help fix some of these problems.”

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Royal commentator Dan Wootton reflected on these remarks and said: “I think this is a mistake, I don’t think it is what Prince William should be doing.

“I think the man has been impeccable through his entire career at staying out of thorny political issues.

“I think the last thing that the Royal Family needs and that Britain needs is a Prince Charles Mark 2.

“I think this is a slippery slope.”

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