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Prince Charles said the idea he would continue making interventions as king was nonsense, adding he would have to operate within constitutional parameters.

The documentary captures the prince in both public and private, including images of him feeding vegetable scraps to his chickens and collecting their eggs at his Highgrove home.

Harry, the Duke of Sussex, asked Prince Charles to step in and perform the symbolic role after Meghan's father pulled out for medical reasons.

Speaking ahead of his 70th birthday next week, the son of 92 year-old Queen Elizabeth said that the role of monarch was completely different to his current position as Prince of Wales.

In the film he says of his role as Prince of Wales: "You have to make of it what you feel is right".

Prince Charles, who turns 70 next week, has promised not to be a meddling king in a BBC documentary about his birthday.

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" So overall I think it was a very interesting conversation and some traditional leaders like the Ooni of Ife talked about this program on youth empowerment."

As the Queen reduces her workload, more of her official duties are being carried out by her grandchildren and their wives, William and Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and newly-weds Harry and US actress Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. "He's the fittest man I know, but equally I want him to be fit until he's 95", William said.

The documentary also sees Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, say that her husband is fantastic with children, mentioning her own four grandchildren from her previous marriage.

Granted, as first in line to the monarchy, he's got a lot on his plate, but that doesn't mean his sons Prince William and Prince Harry are content with the amount of time they see Charles.

"Royal contributor Omid Scobie told Us Weekly magazine: "[Meghan wants to] bring up children who know the values of normal things in life.

He said:"I asked him to and I think he knew it was coming, and he immediately said 'Yes, of course, I'll do whatever Meghan needs and I'm here to support you'". "I think people by now would have been rather fed up if I hadn't, I would have thought", he said. And he adds "I do realise that it is a separate exercise being sovereign".