The story reveals a softer, more paternal side to Prince Charles than is normally seen at press engagements and charity fundraisers. Family is everything to him. Speaking proudly of his first grandson, he describes him as, "What it is all about."
What it is not all about is eggs. In 2007, political broadcaster Jeremy Paxman wrote a book, On Royalty, which claimed the heir apparent had seven eggs prepared for him every morning and each egg was cooked to a slightly different consistency. The Prince cried foul (sorry, we couldn't help it) and formally acknowledged the absurdity of this claim with a written response on his website. Also untrue? He doesn't have his footman to squeeze toothpaste onto his toothbrush, either. Click through to read the entire feature, and if you are a little intrigued (as we are) about Prince Charles' dancing skills check out the video below. Looks like the man's got rhythm. (Time)