She told Fox News Digital: “He’s not into frivolity. He will continue to conduct more than 200 royal events every year, with at least a day and a half to prep.
“That’s almost every day! Does anyone know anyone who is 74½ years old doing that? [We can expect] more connection with people. He even walked over to the ‘Not My King’ protesters last week! He has guts and courage.”
Royal expert Duncan Larcombe also told the channel that the King is still grappling with the criticism that has been directed at the family by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
He also explained the importance of William in the coming years, adding: “Since the Queen’s death, Charles has been flawless so far and has won over new fans and people that perhaps thought he wasn’t going to be a good king.
“In contrast to Harry’s slightly strange entrance, the profoundly touching moments between King Charles and the Prince of Wales, William were a solid father and son moment demonstrating deep rapport.
“One wonders if the deep appreciation King Charles mouthed, ‘thank you’ to William, was for much more than the components of the service and his paying homage.
“The physical distance between the brothers on display was a visual depiction of the current gulf between them.”
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