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Prince Charles says he will not ‘meddle’ in architecture once king


Will the Prince really stop interfering in areas where he knows so little after he becomes King? Like many of his subjects he has never had an architectural education. High Grove is nice, and he has the most useful qualification for a client: Pots of money. He does like the Mound Stand at Lord’s, so he has some valid opinions. The National Gallery though was an utter shambles. He is more informed about the natural environment, gardening and global warming, so he might perform a useful role there. And it will be the most important issue during the next 10 years and beyond? Like all of us he has made mistakes, and is aging at the same pace. He lucked out eventually with Camilla and the boys, not to mention their wives and his grandchildren. Happy birthday mate. Look after Windsor, and bugger Bognor?!

Posted date

8 November, 2018

Posted time

7:20 pm


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