Prince Charles is busy at work to improve his public image and tone down some negativity. The future King of England is attempting a more "hands-on approach" even as he is trying for the transition that he wants.
Through his public appearances and royal engagements, he is building up his reputation as the "future king of England." He is attempting to communicate with his fans and attempting to defuse a "stiff, out-of-touch royal" image who is not in touch with the British public.
To many observers, he seemed to be in a good mood and spirits as he strolled around the multi-faceted Narborough Street. There were a number of people from diverse nationalities that he talked to, and he also got a bit of baklava at a Turkish restaurant.
Prince Charles also went inside a business in Leicester and talked to store owners, strolling and speaking to community groups before he ambled on to Narborough Road in Leicester. He shook everyone's hands, and seemed humble and approachable.
The scene shows Prince Charles' approachability. Nowadays, he seems to be quite vocal about a number of subjects. He has spoken a lot about climate change. In fact, US President Donald Trump is reported to be reluctant to meet Prince Charles, while visiting the UK later this year.
A source said, according to Royal Central, "Trump's people are worried about an awkward moment, with Prince Charles saying 'Why don't you believe in climate change?" They do not want the President put in an awkward position where he's being lectured. They want horses down the Mall, tea with William & Kate. They want all that pomp and for it to go seamlessly, and one of the risk factors is Charles."
Prince Charleshas also expressed concern at a Lambeth House reception regarding religious persecution of Christians in the Middle East. It seems to have been totally overtaken by UK's obsession with Brexit, rather than any other issue, according to Daily Mail.
Departing from his mother, Queen Elizabeth's behaviour, he included politics in his Christmas speech, and essayed it as part of the BBC's Thought of the Day program. He spoke a lot about existing problems in the Middle East and the need for more tolerance.
Of course, it still isn't time for Prince Charles to take over the reins. Queen Elizabeth does not seem to be ready retire anytime soon.
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