Prince Charles's Amazing 'Long-term' Gift To His Eldest Grandson, Prince George And A Gift To Earth Also
November 2, 2018 11:33 By Mambee
The royals have a way of making impressions that manage to capture the world's attention.
This fantastic set of individuals continue to stand out through their daily routines, formal engagements, private and public life.
An example of this is the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles’ gift to his eldest grandson as he celebrates his birthday.
Living a privileged life right from birth, one would think the royals would run out of ideas to impress each other, since they seem to get everything they want.
However, Prince Charles thought out of the box as he grew his grandson, Prince George, a forest.
The project was first started when the Prince was born, in July 2013.
Five years on, the growth has been outstanding so Prince Charles decided to make the official announcement, celebrating his first grandson's five years.
While speaking on a set-to-be released documentary, Prince Charles said;
As I get older, all I really long for is to plant trees. I hope it will be quite amusing for George as they grow up and he grows up."
The young Prince celebrated his fifth birthday a few months ago, in July, and it was a splendid surprise.
Prince Charles is also set to mark his 70th birthday on the 14th of November.
He remains the longest-serving heir to the throne and longest serving Prince of Wales. Prince Charles is expecting to a grandfather for the fouth time very soon.
His second son, Prince Harry, and his wife will be welcoming their first child in spring, 2019.
Apart from the forest being an exceptional and thoughtful gift idea, it is also believed to be motivated by the Prince's conservative works.
He is an active campaigner for the conservation of the environment, taking every chance he gets to bring the world's attention to depletion of its natural resources.
The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, may have also borrowed a leaf from his father's playbook as he also decided to commit to a long-term project for his nephew.
He reportedly got a library for his youngest nephew, Prince Louis. The library is one of first edition bedtime stories - a choice believed to have been influenced by his childhood with his mother.
Well, the British royals are nothing short of an amazing set of people!