From Mustn't Grumble by Terry Wogan:
Charles wears his emotions on his sleeve- the British expect imperturbability, if not stoicism, from their once and future King. Charles expresses his emotions and opinioons freely: politics, architecture, farming, the environment. Nobody has elected him to speak on their behalf, and he has no qualifications, but he expects to be listened to. He wants to be one of us, but the first among equals. His problem, and indeed that of the siblings, is that nobody has ever disagreed with him. Surrounded, as he has been all his life by sycophants and courtiers, who has ever sayed him nay?