Prince Charles Interview 2013: Worries About Environmental Safety for Unborn Grandchild

Prince says he doesn't want his unborn grandchild to wonder why climate change wasn't stopped.
0:44 | 01/07/13

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And he may be next in line to the British throne but he apparently worries just like any other dad or grandfather to beat. In a new interview Prince Charles expressed a series of concerns including fears about the safety of his own son Prince Harry who is serving in Afghanistan. If you are -- power control. Unit relational. Dublin and you'll do the president was away like that and didn't -- these incredibly dangerous and challenging. -- -- was you and I knew you worrying all the time and everything they -- -- wrong. -- Charles also shared his thoughts on climate change saying that he doesn't want his future grandchild to ask him one day. Why he failed to do something about it here here.

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