Prince Charles knows that he does not "do so" and that he can not hinder his policies as King of England.
The British monarchy has been trying to dismiss concerns about its activity from global warming to storing up to 70 years of architecture in the BBC.
"I'm not foolish," Charles told his mother, asking if his political campaign was postponed as Queen Elizabeth II. "I know that the king is a personal exercise, so I know exactly how to do it."
The Prince has expressed concern about organic agriculture, traditional architecture and the reasons for the environment. But Charles has defended his previous actions and has not always been involved in party politics.