Yesterday evening the prince, the son and the heir showed firsthand the affection of the throne for his grandchildren: Charles at the age of 70, a BBC documentary celebrating the seventieth birthday of Charles. A cute prince Charles, whose birthday falls on November 14, was filmed looking adored by Kate and the younger son of Prince William, Prince Louis in the Clarence House garden in September. Baby Cambridge, which was held in her mother's arms, was a giggle while her grandfather playfully squeezed both of his little hands.
A radiant Kate, 37, wearing a blue and white polka dot dress, smiles at her son and father-in-law in the moving blow.
The beautiful moment was just one of the many intimate events taken by the crew of director John Bridcut, who acquired a unique vision of life, personality and affection of the prince, following him for 1
The BBC documentary shed new light on Prince Charles, described as a playful grandfather of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, who showered her husband with affectionate words
Speaking of what Charles usually does with his grandchildren , he said: "You will kneel and crawl with them for hours, you can make funny noises and laugh and my nephews adore him, I absolutely adore him.
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"Read Harry Potter and he can do all the different voices and I think the children really appreciate him."  Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, praised the prince's grandfather's skills so much who scolded him for working too much, rather than spending time with his children.
At Mr. Bridcut's request if his father has time to be a grandfather, he said, "I think he has time to do it, but I'd like to that he had more time with children.
"I think it's … now that it's reached its seventieth year it's the perfect time to consolidate a little bit because most families would do it, you're worried about having them around and making sure their health be ok, and he is the most suitable man I know, but at the same time I want him to be fit until he is 95.
"So having more time with him at home would be nice, and be able to know how to play, to wander, with grandchildren.
"Because when he is there, he is brilliant.
" But we need him there as much as possible. "
But in addition to showing the human side of the prince, the documentary also touches on the fact that Prince Charles will one day become king
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Charles is the Prince of Wales with the longest service, since he served the Crown in this role for more than 50 years, after his mother the Queen ascended the throne when she was only four years old
But now the prince is ready to take upon himself the weight of the monarchy, according to Camilla
When asked if he believed that the prospect of becoming king "weighed heavily on the shoulders of Charles ", Camilla said: No, No I no.
" His destiny will come, he has always known that he is coming and I do not think they weigh on his shoulders. "