In Accra, the Ghanaian capital, Prince Charles gave a speech about the threat of climate change and his concerns for the future, adding that he worries about his grandchildren and environmental issues such as plastic pollution.
The soon-to-be 70-year-old son of Queen Elizabeth was speaking to a group during a visit to Ghana this week when he mentioned the state of the environment and the kind of planet his generation was handing over to his grandchildren - including Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's coming child.
"But that's how he gets things done, he's driven by this, this passion inside him to really help".
As well as showing his official work there are amusing moments, as he's seen talking to turkeys on his Dumfries House estate, or going on an impromptu shopping spree in a market in Vanuatu, which leaves his team desperately trying to find local currency to pay for his purchases.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall will be visiting the commercial city of Lagos on November 7 on the second day of their three-day visit to the country. "I think it was a very... it was a lovely gesture".
Charles's wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, says: "That was very touching". "I go, 'We only need one light, we don't need, like, six, ' and all of a sudden, it becomes a habit".
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At the time, the US State Department accused the Russians of "flagrantly violating existing agreements and worldwide law". The Navy released a short video clip Monday of the Russian jet's afterburner flaring alongside the USA aircraft.
The former Suits actress was due to be walked down the aisle at St.George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, England, by her own father Thomas Markle, but he was forced to skip the royal wedding after undergoing emergency heart surgery.
The BBC asked the prince whether his public campaigning would continue in the event of his mother's death.
"For him that's a fantastic opportunity to step up and be that support, and you know he's our father so of course he's gonna be there for us".
In the scene, Prince William agrees with his brother, saying: "Yeah, I think it probably was a bit and I think it's a negative message".
In the hour-long film, the Duke of Cambridge said he would like his father to spend more time with his grandchildren - Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
As you know if you have an internet connection and a fledgling interest in the royals, Kate Middleton and Prince William are very much in the spotlight.