Charles III had a “very determined” personality, ex-ambassador Maurice Courtault-Montagne assures.

Maurice Gourdault-Montagne, former diplomat and French ambassador to London, attended as a guest of Guillaume Durant. Classic Radiothis Monday, September 12. He praised the many qualities of the new English sovereign, Charles III, especially his technical knowledge of ecology.

Charles III was aware of the social, cultural and religious changes in the United Kingdom

Maurice Gourdault-Montagne implied that it would be wrong to underestimate the real power of the British monarchy. England does not have a written constitution, but “There is continuity from king to king that ensures the stability of the country”, asserts that sovereignty unites the British in one country divided into 4 countries: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. After Elizabeth II’s 70-year reign, some wonder about the abilities of her successor Charles, Guillaume Durant underlines. Questions the former ambassador to London quickly brushed aside: “His personality is strong. He was always trying to assert himself in the straight jacket of the monarchy, with his mother, whose legitimacy was indisputable..

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Prince of Wales for 50 years “He learned the trade”Maurice Gourdault-Montagne continues : “I received him at the Residence de France in 2008, when he was the French President of the European Union, to talk about the environment, and technically, I must say, he is very good! ». He also notes that King Charles III was now aware of the social, cultural and religious changes in the United Kingdom. The diplomat asserts the will of the new king and head of the Anglican Church “Going forward, it was well received by all of these new communities living in the UK.”. Maurice Gourdault-Montagne explains that if there are difficulties, it will be on the side of new Prime Minister Liz Truss: “She has to prove herself. She is a newcomer, with a king who has some experience, but is not as complete and important as the queen.. “It will be very difficult for her.”A former French ambassador to London predicts.

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