UK tabloids noted that Prince Charles reportedly ‘had tears in his eyes’ and ‘tragedy on his face’ while talking to a Ukrainian woman during his ongoing tour of Ireland. The Prince of Wales met with the local Ukrainian community there and had a chat with Ukrainian-born Oksana Zadolynna. Prince Charles also called out Russian invasion saying: “Further afield, and especially in the past few weeks, our thoughts, and I am sure your thoughts and prayers, ladies and gentlemen, however inadequate they may be, are with the people of Ukraine as they continue to face such uncertainty and brutal aggression.”
Piers Morgan, the former host of Good Morning Britain, has expressed his concern for Queen Elizabeth after Prince Charles was diagnosed with coronavirus. "Prince Charles testing positive for covid just 2 days after seeing the Queen is filling me with deep unease," he wrote on Twitter. Prince Charles, Queen Elizabeth II's eldest son and heir, is undergoing isolation after testing positive for coronavirus for the second time, according to his office. A post on the prince's official Twitter feed claimed, "The Prince of Wales has tested positive for Covid-19 and is presently self-isolating."
The unexpected death of Princess Diana affected Prince Charles greatly. According to a new documentary series, the Prince of Wales carried an "enormous burden" on his shoulders and had to make some difficult decisions while grieving the loss of his former wife. While promoting CNN Original's Diana six-part documentary series, royal analyst Matt Robins told Us Weekly, "I think by the end of Diana's trip, I see [Charles] as grief-stricken."
In a recent interview on Tuesday, a royal expert said that Princess Diana never wanted to call off her marriage to Prince Charles. Emma Cooper, a royal expert who spoke to US Weekly, said: "I don't believe Diana ever truly wanted to give up; in the end, it was the queen who said, 'You're separated.' You should get divorced ".. Cooper's extensive study into the late princess' relationship with Charles, 72, while working on the six-part CNN original docuseries Diana brought this to light.
After his son Prince William debuted the Earthshot Prize Awards on Sunday, Prince Charles had all praise for him. The Prince of Wales praised his eldest son for being a true eco-warrior and contributing to making the globe a greener place in an Instagram post. "I am very proud of my son, William, for his growing commitment to the environment and the bold ambition of The Earthshot Prize. As a world, we need to come together to inspire, reimagine and build the sustainable future we so desperately need,” read the Clarence House social media post.
Sarah Gristwood, a historian journalist, during an interview with USA Today, claimed that the continuous uncovering of miscellaneous facts by Prince Harry would be a great threat for Prince Charles. Prince Charles is the successor of Queen Elizabeth of England. She also quoted that his scathing comments about the King-in-waiting would do nothing but harm.