Prince Charles and William warned they'll need to be 'more circumspect' in future role
The Queen's heirs will not be able to let their feelings known on some topics when they
eventually become Kings, according to a royal author. Biographer Ian Lloyd said the title
of Prince of Wales grants more wiggle room than the one of sovereign, as Prince Charles has demonstrated over the decades.
Reports have suggested Prince William plans to ditch the Queen's mantra "never
complain, never explain" and be more outspoken on certain issues, in a bid to further modernise the Firm.
Asked about these claims, Mr Lloyd said speaking out and providing
views on some matters can be done more by the heir to the throne than the monarch.
Speaking about how Prince Charles has navigated the role of Prince of Wales while also
making his views on issues close to his heart known, Mr Lloyd continued: