As he prepares to welcome his fourth grandchild, Prince Charles is opening up about his deep concerns about the "damaged and destroyed world" the next generation of royals may grow up in.
"I am about to have another grandchild actually", he said.
Kola Ologbondiyan, national publicity secretary of the PDP, called on the prince of Wales to prevail on the president "on the continued violation of human rights, siege on democratic institutions, political intolerance and stifling of opposition and free speech in the country under his administration".
Speaking in a BBC documentary to mark his 70th birthday, Prince Charles said the idea that he would continue making interventions was "nonsense".
WPA Pool via Getty Images Prince Charles attends a meeting to discuss the cocoa industry at the Movenpick Hotel on November 5 in Accra, Ghana.
The beloved play area, which was restored to its former glory when it was gifted to Prince Harry and Prince William in 1989, is located in the stunning gardens of Highgrove estate in Gloucester, which has been Prince Charles' life work.
The couple is changing the royal parenting rule, and this exclusive interview in US Weekly proves just that.
Millions of viewers were left deeply moved as the prince turned to his father and said, "Thank you Pa", as Charles completed the walk down St George's Chapel at Windsor with Meghan on his arm.
"But I suspect I was most influenced as a child by my grandmother, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's gardens at Royal Lodge, in Windsor Great Park, and at Birkhall in Scotland. They will have a healthy respect for boundaries like other children", the source adds. "And I would love to tell him to pace himself, but I'm afraid that's not gonna happen".