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Prince Charles Wants to Talk Organic Farming, Not Royal Wedding

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It appears as though Prince Charles is tired of all the wedding talk regarding his son, Prince William and his new wife/duchess Kate Middleton. What would he rather talk about? Well, Walmart, for one.

That’s right, Prince Charles is a major proponent of the Walmart franchise, and firm disbeliever in the use of farm subsidies and the overuse of pesticides. In fact, he criticized the government for its large-scale agriculture processes, the act of which has cost us tens of billions of dollars per year.

The Prince also praised Michelle Obama’s campaign to produce healthier foods and lower child obesity levels. Prince Charles himself runs his own organic farm, and even has his own line of organic foods, “Duchy Originals,” whose proceeds are donated to selected charities.

This topic was a step away from the news that has currently been circulating the globe regarding the Royal Wedding, at which the Prince remarked that speaking about organic farming is “a change from making embarrassing speeches about my eldest son during wedding receptions.”

I think we can all agree it‘s a bit of a relief, eh?

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