Prince William accused of dismissing King Charles's 'passion' in latest royal bombshell

King Charles and Prince William

William accused of dismissing King's 'passion' in latest royal bombshell

Dorothy Reddin

By Dorothy Reddin

Published: 24/11/2023

- 13:03

The Prince of Wales founded the Earthshot Prize Awards in 2020

Prince William has been accused of dismissing King Charles's "passion" in the latest royal bombshell from Omid Scobie's upcoming book.

A French magazine has serialised several passages from the upcoming book Endgame, which is due to be released on November 28.

In one passage which the magazine Paris Match took from Endgame, Scobie discussed how King Charles was upset to not be involved in the Earthshot Prize Awards.

The author spoke about how on several occasions, the Prince of Wales spoke out without notifying his father.

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William also took the cause most dear to King Charles's heart - the environment.

According to Scobie, Charles would like to have been included in the Earthshot Prize Awards, or at least acknowledged for his decades-long work fighting against climate change.

But this has not happened, according to the royal author.

He wrote: “William acted as if Charles’s passion did not exist."

Prince WilliamPrince William at Earthshot Prize Awards in 2022PA

Scobie also argues that the 41-year-old heir is only interested in his future.

He added: “The Prince of Wales can’t wait to ascend the throne.

“And a real impatience is created around him."

Prince William founded the Earthshot Prize Awards in 2020.

King CharlesKing Charles has long championed sustaining the environmentPA
Hannah Waddingham and Prince WilliamHannah Waddingham and Prince William in SingaporePA

On its website, it reads: "We face our greatest challenge; to regenerate the place we all call home in the next 10 years.

"We believe in the power of human ingenuity to prove to us all that the seemingly impossible is possible."

The most recent awards show was held in Singapore, with William attending without his wife, Princess Kate.

In 2024, the Prince of Wales is reportedly keen to hold the show in China.

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