Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, 72, carried out their first official overseas visit since the start of the coronavirus pandemic to Berlin. There they attended a ceremony at the German parliament marking the country’s National Day of Mourning for victims of war. The pair were the first members of the Royal Family to ever attend the event.
“They inspire us to strive for a better tomorrow – let us make this our common cause.”
He also talked about the shared interests of the two countries, including climate change and tackling racial and religious hatred.
This is not the first time Charles has shown off his flair for languages.
The royal spoke fluent French during French President Emmanuel Macron’s visit to the UK in June this year.
However, it would seem this talent is not shared his daughter-in-law Kate Middleton, 38.
She previously told a well-wisher when greeting a crowd: “My languages are so bad.
“I have to make sure that my children are better than me, that’s my aim.”
The Duchess in fact once spent three months living in Italy during her gap year.
The now-mother-of-three studied Italian and history of art at the British Institute of Florence.
Her other royal relatives are adept at languages, however.
Prince Harry, 36, gave a speech in six languages while on tour in New Zealand in 2018.
He is reported to have spoken Samoan, Tongan, Fijian, Niuean, Cook Islands Maori and Maori.
He also impressed a group of guests at a fundraising dinner for the Sentebale children’s charity project in Dubai by speaking in Arabic back in 2013.
Meanwhile, Harry’s spouse Meghan Markle, 39 is understood to speak Spanish and French.