"But the idea somehow that I'm going to go on exactly the same way, if I have to succeed, is complete nonsense".
Interviewed for a BBC documentary about his 70th birthday, the prince acknowledged he would not be "able to do the same things I've done as heir" and as monarch would have to operate within "constitutional parameters".
The royals have been tight-lipped about Meghan Markle's dad drama, but Prince Harry is finally opening up in a new doc about how "grateful" and supportive his dad Prince Charles was in Meghan's time of need.
"If it's meddling to worry about the inner cities as I did 40 years ago", he said, "if that's meddling, I'm very proud of it". I'm not that stupid.
The insider also claims that Harry and Meghan's children are also going to be influenced by Princess Diana because just as her younger son and his American wife, she wanted to appreciate her privileged life and be mindful of those less fortunate.
DOMINIC LIPINSKI via Getty Images Meghan Markle and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, walks down the aisle toward her husband-to-be, Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.
Lord Hain, who welcomed his "regular interactions" with Charles when he was a cabinet minister, said of Charles's comments: "I don't think we expect the monarchy to be either stony-faced silent or to have no views". "I think it was a very... it was a lovely gesture".
Asked whether his public campaigning will go on, the royal replied: "No, it won't". Camilla says that Charles is all about his grandkids and that it's not unusual to see him on his hands and knees, crawling around with them and playing. "And I would love to tell him to pace himself, but I'm afraid that's not gonna happen".
"I asked him to and I think he knew it was coming, and he immediately said 'yes, of course, I'll do whatever Meghan needs and I'm here to support you, '" Harry revealed.
When it is suggested some people have accused him of meddling over the years, the prince chuckled and said: "Really?"
"There is a gulf in the style and approach to the type of work that William and Kate will increasingly do as future head of state and consort, and Harry and Meghan, who have more of a blank canvas with their roles", a source said, according to Express. "You only have to look at Shakespeare plays, "Henry V" or 'Henry IV, Part 1 and 2, ' to see the change that can take place - because if you become the sovereign, then you play the role in the way that it is expected", he said.