In a new interview granted by Duchess Camilla, she described him as a “genuine provincial”
The Prince, heir to the British throne, Charles in his public appearances he rarely appears without a smile. In a new interview granted by his wife, Duchess Camila to Country Life to mark her 75th birthday, she revealed what makes the future royal happy.
He characterized him “genuine provincial”. Whether “building fences in the pouring rain, walking, climbing impossibly steep Highland hills, planting trees or pruning, that’s where he finds true peace and quiet.”
The famous ‘Highgrove House’ in Gloucester is a ‘refuge’ to visit to relax while tending to his magnificent rose gardens, which he planted himself and are a benchmark for any aspiring gardener, – considered to be among the most beautiful in the UK.
While one of his great loves is Wales, with its wild and unexplored nature. He visits her every summer.
In fact, on BBC Radio 5’s “The Emma Barnett Show”, the duchess said of Charles that he is: “perhaps the fittest person of his age that I know.
He walks and he will walk. He leaves everyone miles behind him,” said Camila, attributing his good health to his love of nature.
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