Speaking to GB News on Saturday the Majesty magazine writer said it was important that the father and son duo steer clear of becoming “too political” with their views on climate change if they are to be future kings. Her comments come after the Prince of Wales he “understands the frustration” of Insulate Britain and Extinction Rebellion protesters while Prince William slammed how the world’s wealthiest need to prioritise solving problems on Earth and not space tourism in a brutal jab at Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk and Richard Branson’s respective space tourism programmes.
Ms Aston slammed: “The Queen is green! Over the years she has taken a lot of trouble to ensure that LED bulbs are used.
“She has cut back on the way power is used in her palace.”
But the royal expert went on to say how unlike The Queen, Prince Charles has “become far too political over the years”.
Ms Aston suggested: “He has written letters to people when he should have kept quiet.
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“There are those of us who think he would have done better to just keep on having conversations with his Begonias!
“And of course you’re right, the trouble is he is the next monarch.”
She added: “Is he going to carry on dropping word bombs? Then of course his own sons were doing quite a lot of that!”
Ms Aston’s comments follow a recent observation from Prince of Wales who said that he understood the frustration of climate groups Insulate Britain and Extinction Rebellion but branded their action “isn’t helpful, I don’t think, to do it in a way that alienates people”.
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Prince Charles said: “I totally understand the frustration, the difficulty is how do you direct that frustration in a way that is more constructive rather than destructive.”
The Duke of Cornwall’s comments preceded an interview Prince William gave to the BBC ahead of the first Earthshot Prize, a competition he launched with Sir David Attenborough, which rewards a cash prize to indiviuals and groups who come up with solutions that substanitally help the environment.
In the interview he slammed: “We need some of the world’s greatest brains and minds fixed on trying to repair this planet, not trying to find the next place to go and live.”
The future king added he had “absolutely no interest” in going to space before expressing concerns over the environmental impact of space tourism.
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He added how there is a “fundamental question” over the carbon cost of space flights.
The comments come after it was revealed that Charles, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are all expected to attend the UN’s COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow at the end of October.
The Prince of Wales stressed how the conference, where delegates from around the world will set commitments to combat climate change, is “a last chance saloon” and it would be “a disaster” if the world leaders failed to come together to tackle the issue of climate change.
The summit runs from October 31 to November 12 2021.
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