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Diana predicted Charles would struggle as king and his latest outburst over leaky pen proves her right

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Prince King Charles and his wife Camilla made their first joint public appearance since the royal mourning period for Queen Elizabeth II officially ended last week.

The couple visited Scotland on Monday, where they were greeted by Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and other local leaders.As the pair adapts to their new roles as king and queen consort, people are once again revisiting Princess Diana’s infamous 1995 sit-down with BBC Panorama, during which she spoke candidly about whether Charles really has what it takes to be the King of England.When journalist Martin Bashir asked whether she thought her soon-to-be-ex-husband would ever actually take on the role, the princess replied, “I don’t think any of us know the answer to that.”“And obviously, it’s a question that’s in everybody’s head,” she continued. “But who knows, who knows what fate will produce, who knows what circumstances will provoke?”At the time, and in the years since, many wondered whether it would be better for the British monarchy for Prince William to become king instead of his father.When asked point blank by Bashir what she would prefer, Diana replied coyly, “My wish is that my husband finds peace of mind and from that follows other things, yes.”Elsewhere in the interview, Bashir asked the princess how Charles felt about being king, to which she answered, “There was always conflict on that subject, with him, when we discussed it and I understood that conflict because it’s a very demanding role–being the Prince of Wales–but it’s an equally more demanding role being king.”“Being Prince of Wales produces more freedom now and being King would be a little bit more suffocating,” she continued, rather cryptically. “And because I know the character, I.

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