A little more than a month after the release of the memoirs of Prince Harry, his father King Charles III is also preparing a book. A book expected for the end of March should not a priori include shocking remarks on his family. Nevertheless, this book will be very scrutinized, because it will be his first book since his accession to the throne.
Last January 10, by publishing The Substitute, Prince Harry, which he had promoted in several interviews, had caused a shock wave. The multiple revelations of his memoirs had been much commented. At the end of March, it will be his father’s turn to publish a book, his first since his accession to the throne after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Pioneer in the field of ecology for decades, Charles III does not give up in the fight against global warming. This Friday, February 17, he received at Buckingham Palace the environment ministers of many countries, but also the president of Natural England, Tony Juniper, with whom he is preparing a book.
It would be a reissue of a book for children entitled Climate Change released in 2017. According to Hello!, Charles III will be the main author, but this book is also made in collaboration with climate scientist Emily Shuckburgh. Alone, King Charles III is expected to write the afterword for the children’s book. “He is recognized as a distinguished leader on some of the most pressing issues facing humanity and the fact that he is here today really underscores the importance of the topic and, I hope, galvanizes everyone to want to do even more to find solutions,” Natural England President Tony Juniper said this Friday, Feb. 17.
A message on ecology at the coronation?
“I think he was struck by the level of energy and passion that young people show on these subjects, and he wanted to put something in their hands that was about these basic facts and figures, these basic ideas, but also with his personality pass a message in there,” explained the co-author of the book dedicated to youth. Some experts already expect a message on ecology at the coronation of King Charles III on May 6. To be continued…
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