Growing up, Prince Harry remembered how hard it was to even say goodnight to his dad because there are piles and piles of paperwork inside his office.
The sweet snap first surfaced in the BBC One documentary, Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70, which aired in the United Kingdom on Thursday night and was released by Buckingham Palace thereafter, The Telegraph reports. Prince Harry said that his father works really hard and advised him to "slow down" a bit. "The man never stops. We could barely even get to his desk to say goodnight to him". In fact, filmmaker John Bridcut confessed that he was also surprised by the Duke of Cornwall's energy considering his age. "He has unbelievable physical and mental energy".
Prince Charles, seen from behind, is surrounded by mobile phone-wielding well-wishers during an outing in Sydney in 2015.
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"It's something I'm working on heavily".
His sons are known for gamely posing for photos, but Prince Charles is fed-up with having phones "shoved in his face" on royal walkabouts, it is claimed. Louis is the name of Fleur and Bill's youngest son.
"Now he's reached his seventieth year, it's the flawless time to consolidate a little bit because as most families do, you are anxious about having them around and making sure their health is okay".