The new season of The Crown portrays Prince Charles as zealous in his attempt to modernise the monarchy, cold to those who loved him and difficult with his family. And while valid questions will be asked such as ‘Why did Charles marry Diana?’ or ‘Did Prince Charles ever love Diana?’ - all of which we look at in great detail on True Royalty TV, there are many positive aspects to his character that are often overlooked in The Crown.
Take for example, the work that Charles, as former Prince of Wales, completed on his private estate The Duchy of Cornwall, which embodies his true passion for sustainability and innovation.
Discover the truth about his attempts to go beyond the conventional in Inside The Duchy of Cornwall.
In the final episode of the new season of The Crown, Prince Charles travels to Hong Kong on the Queen’s behalf to witness its handover from the UK to China.
This was also the final official trip of the Queen’s beloved royal yacht, Britannia, before its decommissioning.
Watch real footage of the speech Charles delivered in The Queen’s Diamond Decades: The 1990s.
The end of episode five in the new season of The Crown pays tribute to Prince Charles’ charity, The Prince’s Trust.
King Charles III founded this charity in 1976 to help vulnerable young people.
Find out what really happened when this organisation launched in Born To Be King.
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Kate Thornton presents The Royal Beat, taking a look at the continuing effects of 'The Crown' with Angela Levin, biographer of Prince Harry.
In 1948 with the birth of Prince Charles, the nation had a future King, now the longest serving heir to the throne in modern times.
An exploration of the royal couple's enduring romance that began as a scandalous love affair that shocked the world. How did it transform into a loving partnership that saw Camilla win the support of the british public?
50 Years A Prince' follows The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall during their annual tour of Wales, and looks at His Royal Highness's special relationship with the nation.
Forty years on, and royal fans are still mesmerised by Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s landmark royal wedding, which saw a record 750 million people in 74 countries tune in to see the occasion unfold at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.
The Royal Beat panel discuss new details revealed about King Charles' coronation, and how he's navigating difficult political waters.
What was the path that led Charles and Camilla to the moment they met one wet afternoon at Windsor Great Park in 1971?
Kate Thornton presents The Royal Beat which takes a close look at the real stories behind The Crown.
Prince Charles steps into the role of monarch at the State Opening of Parliament, as health issues force the Queen to pull out. We hear what this means for her attendance at the Jubilee celebrations, and discuss which royals have and have not made the guest list for the iconic Buckingham Palace balcony appearance.
Plus, Hugo Vickers, co-author of the Duke of Kent's new memoirs, discusses why one of the Queen's closest family members has taken the unprecedented step of writing a book.
A fascinating two-part series about the twenty year battle between the monarchy and the media. Looking at relations between first family and the fourth estate, it considers the conflict between personal privacy and public image.
Charting significant moments in the lives of Elizabeth II and her first born child, Prince Charles who was just 3 years old when his mother became Queen of England.
Kate Thornton is joined by Princess Diana's butler, Paul Burrell to discuss new revelations surrounding the infamous Panorama interview. Did the BBC set Diana up using fake documents and, if so, why has this not been investigated properly until now?
Any marriages has its' ups and downs but the public scrutiny and media attention on Royal Marriages makes the situation infinitely more difficult.
A True Royalty original production. Rumours and front page scandals have dogged the Royal Family for centuries. The Royal View takes a look at the truth behind the stories that the Palace have been unable to silence and the damage that they have caused.