Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, writes more than 2K letters a year
There’s a reason why Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, has called her husband, Prince Charles, a workaholic.
At a briefing on Wednesday for the annual royal financial report, it was revealed
that the Prince of Wales has written more than 2,400 letters a year – almost seven a day.
According to People magazine, many are written directly to members of the public.
The 73-year-old reportedly receives tens of thousands of missives a year.
Very often, when members of the public write to him, they may be surprised to see on
their doormat a personal letter to them from the heir to the throne," a royal source told the outlet.
"It is all about listening," the insider shared.
He says, ‘We only learn when we listen,’ and when members of the public write to him.