King Charles ‘preparing William to become next King’ as monarch turns 75

King Charles is reportedly preparing Prince William for his future role as king, according to a body language expert.

Darren Stanton, also known as "The Human Lie Detector", suggests that King Charles, who turned 75 today, is now more "genuine" and in control of his family. Speaking on behalf of Betfair Bingo, he claimed that the King has "grown and developed" over the years.

He said: "I have noticed a change in Charles' personality in recent months. However, I have noticed a real genuineness in his body language in recent months, which is something he may have held back on before.

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"This has been evident by the apparent warmth and joy in his facial muscles. We generally cannot fake this type of emotion. Overall, not just from a non verbal perspective, but from a physical way in which he carries and conducts himself, I now feel that Charles feels in control and is ready to become King."

Darren also reckons that Prince William and Kate Middleton will play a big role in Charles' reign. He added: "I definitely think that Charles is preparing William to be King, just like the Queen prepared him. This is another way of Charles showing his authority within the family."

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To celebrate his birthday, with Queen Camilla at his side, the King visited a project that helps feed those in need by redistributing food that might otherwise go to landfills, before hosting a party for 400 nurses and midwives, saluting the National Health Service’s own 75th birthday.

At 73 he became the oldest monarch to come to power after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, aged 96.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aren't expected to attend any events today, although sources initially reported Harry had replied "no" to the King's invitation to an event at Clarence House.

However, the Prince's spokesperson later hit back at the rumours and said there had been "no contact regarding an invitation."

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