Royal photographer Arthur Edwards praised the Duke of Cambridge Prince William for his commitment to his role as the future King. While speaking on ITV’s Royal Rota he reiterated the Duke’s dedication to the role. However, he remarked a time that he believed William didn’t want to become king and couldn’t cope with his future Royal Family role.
Mr Edwards said: “Prince William has become an incredible statesman as well as our future King.
“We did two serious trips recently, one to Pakistan which was a country which had its problems.
“Also to Israel which was a minefield but he went through that minefield with great care.
“That really impressed me and that was when I realised that William has accepted this job and his role.”
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Mr Edwards remarked that for a time he believed the Duke of Cambridge did not want to be King and couldn’t handle it.
He continued: “There was a time when I felt that Prince William didn’t want to do it.
“Those early days, I remember him saying to me ‘no more pictures, Arthur, he couldn’t cope with it.
“He has just become a colossus since.”
“They are a top team and a joy to work with too.
“That is the future and the future is really great.
“The way they are raising their children it is just wonderful.”