Charles’ unusual eating habits laid bare – ‘Reduce a lot of pressure on the environment!’

Royal expert: Charles may lose popularity over environment campaign

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The Prince’s eating habits were even discussed in the latest series of The Crown. On Prince Charles’ website for his 70th birthday he confirmed he doesn’t eat at lunchtime, with the line: “The Prince does not eat lunch.”

The heir to the throne also revealed he doesn’t eat meat and has a day each week without dairy products.

Speaking to the BBC, Charles explained: “For years I haven’t eaten meat and fish on two days a week and I don’t eat dairy products on one day a week.

“Now I mean that’s one way to do it – if more did that you would reduce a lot of the pressure on the environment and everything else.

“Because you see the thing about meat is very important – where does it come from, how is it grown?

“So if it’s grass-based and from the right breeds, you know if it is better quality but eaten less often – that approach to farming is less damaging than the industrialised approach with intensive everything, and causing huge pressures and damage.”

Prince Charles also takes his own food with him when out visiting friends at their country homes, a royal expert revealed.

Lady Colin Campbell, speaking during Channel 5’s documentary, Secrets of The Royal Kitchen, recalled how he has become famous for arriving at homes in the country with bags full of his own produce — something she claimed was not necessarily to everyone’s taste.

She said: “Prince Charles is notorious in country house circles for when he comes to stay.

“He often brings his own food.

“Not everybody thinks it’s a good thing to do, but people put up with it.

“It’s one of his eccentricities.”

In 1990, he established Duchy Originals, a brand through which to sell organic produce grown at Highgrove.

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Emily Andrews, also speaking during the documentary, noted: “Charles really was a bit of a groundbreaker because he was championing organic food and sustainability before it was fashionable.”

Years later, the brand went mainstream — his products now being sold at the upmarket chain, Waitrose.

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