Terrified Prince Charles dreading becoming king after years of preparation

Prince Charles is believed to be “dreading” the prospect of taking over from the Queen, a royal biographer has claimed.

The Prince of Wales has been waiting to be head of the monarchy his whole life and has undertaken decades of training to prepare himself.

However, royal biographer Penny Junor believes Charles is not looking forward to the moment he becomes king and will find the events around the Queen's death to be “a very vicious week”.

Speaking about Charles on the Podcast Royal, Penny said: “This is a moment that he has been dreading all his life really because his achieving the top job, the job he’s been training for and preparing for all these years does inevitably mean the death of his mother and he loves his mother very dearly.

“So it’s going to be a very vicious week, moment and I think that I am sure that he is pretty terrified of the whole prospect.

"He is a very emotional man and a sensitive man, he did take the death of his father very badly.

"He takes the death of any loved one to heart and I think it would be, it’s devastating for him as it is for anyone who loses a much-loved mother.”

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Charles, 73, was born just a few years before his mother's reign as Queen began, with Her Majesty celebrating 70 years on the throne this year.

On February 6 this year, the Queen will become the first British Monarch to mark a Platinum Jubilee.

To celebrate the anniversary, Buckingham Palace has announced that events and initiatives will take place throughout the year with a four-day UK bank holiday weekend from June 2 to June 5.

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Prince Charles and the rest of the Royal Family are hoping the festivities will see Prince Harry and Meghan Markle return with their children, Archie and Lilibet.

The arrival of Lilibet in the UK would mark the first time Charles and the Queen meeting Harry’s daughter face to face.

However, the family get together is currently in doubt after Harry expressed his concerns for safety after his legal representatives submitted a judicial review against the Home Office over police protection.

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