Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwall Admits Prince Charles Is A 'Complete Workaholic' During Chat With Geri Halliwell

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Source: MEGA

Oct. 29 2021, Published 10:16 a.m. ET

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Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall revealed that her husband, Prince Charles, is "a complete workaholic" while speaking to Spice Girls star Geri Halliwell on Thursday, October 28.

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In a video clip, the two were spotted chatting at Queen Elizabeth's Commonwealth Essay Competition 2021.

In response to Camilla's comment, the singer said, "I read this book, and they say the key to living a long life is carry on working — don't retire, that's the key."

It sure seems like Charles will be busy — especially since Queen Elizabeth has been opting out of appearances as her doctors told her to rest.

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The 72-year-old is gearing up for his trip to Scotland to attend the COP26 Climate Summit Conference, where Camilla, Prince William and Kate Middleton will all be in attendance.

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Since the Queen, 95, has been advised to slow down, it looks like Charles is stepping in.

"She’s not a quitter and will continue working but is handing over some of her duties to Charles and William," a source told Us Weekly. "[She] is preparing them to take over."

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Though he's not king just yet, the dad-of-two already has some changes in mind, which includes trimming the fat.

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"There's this sense that he wants a slimmed down monarchy to make sure that everybody is doing their bit and [there are] no so-called hangers-on," royal expert Camilla Tominey said. “So, I think this is basically Charles’ attempt to basically look like he’s inherited his mother’s habit for being frugal; turning off light switches and being green, generally being good value for money. Therefore I think there’s a sense of trying to make that as smooth as possible and trying to create a monarchy that’s fit for the future.”

“That means by association that you’re going to have fewer royals taking on fewer patronages, and then what does that mean for the charities?” she asked.

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