The Prince Charles said that he is not so angry; and know he can not interfere with English policy when he becomes king.
The British monarch has tried to reveal concerns about its executive in themes ranging from global warming to protect architecture in the BBC documentary document for its 70 years.
"I'm not sorry," said Charles when asked if his political campaign would continue after he had succeeded with a mother, Queen Elizabeth II. "I know that being a king is practicing separately, so I'll fully understand how he should work."
The prince has raised concerns in the past by expressing his commitment to organic agriculture, traditional architecture and environmental causes. But Charles defended his actions in the past, saying he has always kept away from regional politics.