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Everything King Charles III has ever said about becoming King
King Charles grew up knowing it was his destiny to be king.It was a responsibility that would only come about on the death of his mother.At the age of three, Charles became heir apparent – the first in line to the throne, facing a lifetime of being groomed to wear the crown.READ MORE: King Charles III will get to decide exactly how long UK mourns Queen Elizabeth His friend, Nicholas Soames, once said: "Being heir to the throne is not an ambition but a duty and one which will befall him on a sad moment later in his life."In his biography, Jonathan Dimbleby wrote: "Prince Charles is far more aware of the prospective burdens of kingship than its pleasures."Charles told him: "If at some stage in the distant future I was to succeed my mama then obviously I would do my best to fulfil that role… Sometimes you daydream the sort of things you might do."He added that there was "an enormous weight of expectation" which could be very difficult to come to terms with but that he had been brought up to feel he had a particular duty to the country."The difficulty is most of the time not feeling that one is worthy of it, inevitably," he said.Dimbleby said Charles had never, despite the problems in his personal life and the intense media coverage, seriously contemplated surrendering his duty.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.In 2013, it was reported that the prince believed becoming king would be akin to "prison", which Clarence House denied.Journalist Catherine Mayer, who was given rare access to Charles, said he was "joylessly" increasing his royal workload as he geared up for his role as king and that he was "impatient to get as much done as possible" beforehand.Ms Mayer
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Kelly Rowland stuns in a white tie-front top and shorts while out and about in West Hollywood
Kelly Rowland sported a stylish monochrome look as she attended a meeting in West Hollywood on Friday afternoon.The 41-year-old former Destiny's Child star wore a collared tie-front button up shirt and a pair of matching white high-waisted shorts.She strolled across the parking lot in a pair of brown gladiator sandals and with a green purse slung across her body.  Monochrome: Kelly Rowland sported a stylish monochrome look as she attended a meeting in West Hollywood on Friday afternoon With the sun glaring down and the temperature in the high 80s Fahrenheit, the Georgia native also sported stylish mirror sunglasses. Her raven tresses were styled long and straight and she rocked a flattering light pink lip.She juggled a reusable water cup and her cellphone in hand as she approached her parked vehicle.  Summer fashion: The former Destiny's Child star looked summer ready in cutoff white shorts with a matching button-down shirt that she tied into a bow at the bottom and brown sandalsLater in the early evening on Friday, the singer took to her Instagram Stories and posted a throwback snap of herself getting her hair styled by Ty Hunter.'I stumbled on this photograph,' the Independent Woman star revealed across the bottom of the photo. In the picture, Rowland can be seen kneeling down on a chair as Hunter works his magic on her tresses, which were in a sort of short bob-cut at the time. The hairstylist started working with Destiny's Child back in the early days of the group, and continued on and helped Beyoncé Knowles create her visual identity as a solo artist, according to W Magazine.
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