quote by Robin Williams

When you look at Prince Charles, don't you think that someone in the Royal family knew someone in the Royal family?

— Robin Williams

Joyful Prince Charles quotations

The orb came about because I wanted to do this kitsch sweater for Prince Charles when he went hunting and fishing with his kilt on.

But I don't have a very good track record with royalty.

My dress fell off in front of Prince Charles at the Prince's Trust, so I'm just living up to my reputation.

Prince Charles is an absolute Mountbatten.

The real intelligence in the royal family comes through my parents to Prince Philip and the children.

I wish that Prince Charles had been shot.

I think it would have made the world a more interesting place.

Prince Charles is the only member of the Royal Family who ever left Cinderella for the Ugly Duckling.

The Queen of England jumped out of a helicopter and parachuted into the stadium.

What was even more amazing was when Prince Charles flew in using his ears as a hang glider.

When the Prince of Piedmont [later Charles Emmanuel IV, King of Sardinia] was seven years old, his preceptor instructing him in mythology told him all the vices were enclosed in Pandora's box. "What! all!" said the Prince. "Yes, all." "No," said the Prince; "curiosity must have been without.

I went to Glenalmond and got the piss taken out of me for my Glasgow accent.

Then I spent five years at this very posh school, came out sounding like Prince Charles, which you have to do in order to survive, and then I got called Lord Fauntleroy for the first six months at art school.

Prince Charles is very relaxed at the table, throwing his salad around willy-nilly. I didn't find him stiff at all.

For a time during the 1980s the Royal Family were not just the most influential family in Britain but probably in Europe and Prince Charles specifically was very much like a defacto Cabinet member and what he said actually had impact on public policy.

I am pleased that Prince Charles and Mrs Camilla Parker Bowles have decided to take this important step.

Charles was very intent to use his years as Prince of Wales to make his mark while he still had freedom of maneuver that he wouldn't have as King. The first subject he really went for was architecture. It made an impact.

I went on a long trip through South America with Prince Charles where I was the only journalist there - a couple of photographers but no other writers.

Well I'm a very similar age to Prince Charles.

I'm a year older than him. I was at university at the same time as him. I think in the sixties, like all the Royals, he really had very little impact on my life at all and he seemed, if anything a lot older in his attitudes.

I have an image of what a British gentleman looks like, and that image finds real expression in Prince Charles. He is beyond fashion - he is an archetype of style.

When Prince Charles speaks, everybody pretends to be fascinated, even though he has never said anything interesting except in that intercepted telephone conversation wherein he expressed the desire to be a feminine hygeine product.

Prince Charles's concern for the underprivileged and disadvantaged has not exactly endeared him to the Conservative Central Office. As Norman Tebbit replied, it is not surprising that the Prince is so sympathetic towards the unemployed: he is by way of being one of them himself.

There are important arguments to be made about the relative merits of an hereditary or an elected head of state: but not at the level of the human frailties of particular monarchs or presidents. No one seriously contends that the American presidency should be abolished because Bill Clinton is a self-confessed adulterer. So why should the abolition of the British monarchy be contemplated because the same is true of Prince Charles?

Prince Charles is the best-dressed man in the world.

Absolutely, I grew up listening to soul music.

People like Stevie, Aretha, Ray Charles, Michael and Prince. My parents’ record collection was all I had when I was a little kid. If it wasn’t that, it was something else in their collection.

We have known for a long time that Prince Charles' empty sails are so rigged as to be swelled by any passing waft or breeze of crankiness and cant. He fell for the fake anthropologist Laurens van der Post. He was bowled over by the charms of homeopathic medicine. He has been believably reported as saying that plants do better if you talk to them in a soothing and encouraging way

The sight of a paunchy playboy groping a scantily-dressed Diana must appal and humiliate Prince William... As the mother of two young sons she ought to have more decorum and sense. She has for many years criticised Prince Charles for being a distant, undemonstrative father. In the long run he's been the more responsible parent and certainly inflicted less damage, anguish and hurt.

it doesn't matter if Prince Charles falls off his horse or that the hummingbird is so seldom seen or that we are too senseless to go insane. coffee. give us more of that NOTHING coffee.

Prince Charles is definitely my hero; he uses his position to do only good in this world.

The royals - all of them, especially Prince Philip and Prince Charles - have done outstanding work with the faith communities.