Lady Adelaide, thank you very much for posting the Youtube link
I thoroughly enjoyed that doco.
I have always liked Charles, for all his foibles. None of us is perfect. He and I share a passion for the environment, and for gardening, and preserving the natural history. I have always liked the way he has tried to preserve historical crops and breeds. As for the environment, he did address the inconsistencies/hyprocisy to some extent. Within the world in which he lives, there is a limit to what can be done as far as environmentally sound fuel is concerned. His job requires him to fly around, and so he flies around. In his world as he sees and understand it, there is not an option for him to not do the job to which he was born, so he does it, and does his bit, within his power, to draw attention to global warming and does what he can about it. Maybe not as much as we would like, but he does what he can, and by being who he is and making as much fuss as he has, perhaps he has in fact done more than he otherwise had the skills and capacity to do to help the environment. When Prince Charles talks about the effects of global warming on the Great Barrier Reef, quite a few people listen. As a young man he had a car's engine redesigned so it was fuelled by wine and something else - I've forgotten the other component, but the result was the vapours smelt nice - and a train fuelled by cooking oil. I believe he is genuinely concerned about the environment, and I think he does what he can, in his own way, and I admire him for it.
I loved seeing Camilla giving her views. I thought Harry and William were, erm, interesting. They both came across to me as rather... myopic.