According to The Queen’s former press spokerson, Prince Williams’ history in protecting the environment, as well as his talent in speeches, are forces to be reckoned with, as well as skills Buckingham Palace can safely rely on.
In a piece written by Dickie Arbiter for Australian website, 9Honey, the British Journalist who worked as a Buckingham Palace court correspondent, upheld a reassuring commentary about the Duke of Cambridge, and his impressive environmental work.
According to Royal Family commentator, the Prince has been an exemplary figure who has not only followed in his grand-father and father’s footsteps in preserving wildlife and preventing climate change, but he has also been a remarkable and reliable speaker.
As a result of his recently delivered speech, in which the Duke shared a message calling for his audience to “protect the planet for their future”, Dickie expressed his trust in the royal family’s fate.
He wrote: “Prince William has shown that he has all the makings, stature and confidence of a King in waiting, and if recent environment events are anything to go by, and we're still to hear from him at COP26, the future of the monarchy is in safe hands.”
It comes after the Duke of Cambridge launched the Earthshot Prize Award last Sunday, a groundbreaking program aiming to find innovative new ways to prevent global warming and researching technologies to tackle climate change.
While Introducing the ambitious event, Prince Williams said: "We are alive in the most consequential time in human history. This is a decisive decade, time is running out".
The event is not only an inspiring nod to Prince Philip’s work, who was already raising concerns about the planet’s environmental issues in the 1950s, as well as Prince Charles’ interest in the same cause in the 1970s, but it was also an opportunity for the royal to show the nation that he is a confident and encouraging speaker.
In his ceremony’s closing speech, the Duke of Cambridge said: "For too long, we haven't done enough to protect the planet for your future.
“Earthshot is for you. In the next 10 years we are going to act. We are going to find the solutions to repair our planet."
Dickie – who personally witnessed the Prince being carried out of London’s St Mary’s Lindo Wing after his birth, in June 1982 – revealed that the determined Duke has “shown himself to be an adept speaker” since a very young age.
Indeed, According to the journalist, when he was only 10 years old, Prince William got his “first taste of public speaking”.
Princess Diana had hosted a pre-Christmas drinks reception in 1992, in which the Duke delivered a speech, thanking the staff on behalf of his mother for “all their hard work and support over the past year”.
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The Royal expert affirmed that Prince William’s parents had taught him “the ways of kingship from an early age” and that part of that teaching was the “art of public speaking”.
29 years later, and the Duke of Cambridge is still using what he has been taught to motivate his audience to come together and help save the planet.
The Prince has a notable history in environmental work. In 2005, he became Patron of the conservation wildlife charity, Tusk Trust before founding United for Wildlife Transport Task Force in 2014.
Prince William is expected to attend COP26, along with The Queen and Prince Charles at the end of the month.
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