Prince Harry shares his adorable nickname for dad, Prince Charles, during interview

first_imgWhen Prince Harry recently interviewed former-US President, Barack Obama, for a British radio show, it made for a hilarious and thoughtful exchange. It also gave us a glimpse into the attitude of the young prince of the British Royal Family. Now, Prince Harry has taken a similar interview, and with his own dad no less.Prince Harry recently interviewed Prince Charles, and what the world got was a closer look at their unique father-son relationship, as well as all the causes the Prince of Wales holds dear.Also Read: Prince Harry’s interview with Barack Obama will make you laugh like never beforeThe interview, for BBC Radio 4’s Today, has apparently been well-received by all the listeners in the UK. The interview was full of little details that slipped out, including Harry’s nickname for his dad. The 33-year-old calls Charles “Pa”, which is a term of endearment, but not one you might have thought the Royals use. Charles talked specifically about the cause he has been talking about for decades now–climate change. The 69-year-old revealed that he has been advocating for the environment for years now, especially referring to his speech in 1968, when he was just 20-years-old.Charles admitted that he had probably “bored you [Harry] to tears over so many years” with his talks about climate change, while also reiterating that the scenario has now changed. “Maybe now, some years later, they’re beginning to realize that what I was trying to say may not have been as dotty as they thought,” he said.advertisementClimate change is a rising concern globally, and governments across the world are taking stock of the crises that humankind is soon going to face. harry, on his part, admitted that while Charles did go on for “hours and hours” about this pressing issue, he now shares his Pa’s interest in helping the planet survive the onslaught of mankind.Charles explained in the interview that his efforts to talk about climate change, both at home and publicly, was driven by the fact that he wanted to ensure a future for his children and grandchildren. “What I’ve tried to do all these years is to make sure, if I can possibly, is that ensure that you and your children, my grandchildren, also everybody else’s grandchildren, have a world fit to live in, that provides them with opportunity,” he said.Also Read: The official portraits of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s engagement are finally hereHarry, in turn, shared his hope that people will soon realise what harm they’re doing to the climate, and change their approach towards climate change. To that, Charles responded with the pride only a father can feel for his children, saying that “the fact that you’re saying this gives me enormous optimism.”last_img read more