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British Prince Charles said in an interview in which he unusually calls for his future role to stop commenting on controversial issues when he became king.
Prince Charles, the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth, often intervenes in a wide range of issues from architecture to environment, pressure on ministers and public statements.
But he told the BBC in a documentary about his 70th birthday that he did not intend to be a king who was intermingling in affairs that should not have been mixed. "I fully understand that the king's job is completely separate, I know exactly how things should go."
Asked whether he would continue his public campaign after becoming king, Charles said: "No, no. I'm not that stupid." The British royal family usually distanced themselves from politics, something the 92-year-old queen had mastered since being crowned in 1953 .
Prince Charles, however, has put pressure on a number of issues of how ministers are exchanging. She is also known for her krill positions in contemporary architectural design. In 1976, the prince spoke to open an expansion plan for the National Gallery in London, describing him as "contemptuous behavior on the face of one-sided and beloved friend." The plan is abandoned.
The documentary provided an insight into Prince Charles's views on his coming to the throne.
He explained that he never intervened in the affairs of the parties and understood the difference between his current role and the role he would play in case he became king.