Actor Luke Evans praised the King for his ability to “find common ground” when speaking to people.
the Welsh star, 43, narrated the 2019 ITV show Charles: 50 Years A Prince and the singer-actor is also an ambassador for the charity The Prince’s Trust, founded by Charles in 1976.
Since its inception, it has become the UK’s leading youth charity, providing training, personal development, start-up support, mentoring and mentoring.
Following the Queen’s death last week, the King announced that William and Kate are the new Princes and Duchesses of Wales, with William following in his father’s footsteps as he held his previous titles.
Kate became the first person since Diana, Princess of Wales to use the title Diana held when she married Charles.
Evans told ITV’s 2019 Good Morning Britain programme: “He’s also an honorable Welshman to us and a great representative of our country.
“And it’s great to be asked to do that, and I guess it comes from being an ambassador for (The) Prince’s Trust and I’ve met the King a few times over the last decade, and it’s always been a must.” say very enjoyable experience. “
He added: “I think it’s one thing you notice when you’re at King Charles, his company, it doesn’t matter what stage of life you come from, what age you are, he finds common ground. and make you feel that you deserve to be there.
“He was very, very interesting to talk to. But the best part is that he is very caring. He cares about everyone, and, myself included, he made me feel like a million dollars by listening to my conversations and finding something interesting for me to talk to him about.
“And through philanthropy, I have seen the inspiration he has given to so many young people, over a million people, that The Prince’s Trust has really helped over the past 50 years.”
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Evans, who was born in Pontypool, Wales and raised in nearby Rhymney Valley, left home at age 16 to pursue a career in singing and acting.
He has enjoyed a successful stage, film and television career, starring in the 2017 live-action adaptation Beauty And The Beast, the Netflix series The Alienist, and the crime drama The Pembrokeshire Murders by The Pembrokeshire Murders. ITV and more.
In 2019, he released his debut album, titled At Last, a collection of covers.
He told Good Morning Britain about being bullied as a child and working with the charity, saying: “The Prince’s trust has given me a means to use my voice to reach more young people.
“I always knew that I had a very strong sense of self and I knew it was temporary and I thought it was the only thing that got me through.
“I mean, unfortunately, I didn’t have The Prince’s Trust around when I went through it. But you know, I had a very loving family, even though they didn’t know about the bullying.
“I mean, it’s just something you do, it’s something you get through and I’m living proof that you can get through it and you can move on.”
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/luke-evans-says-the-king-makes-you-feel-that-you-deserve-to-be-there-41984867.html Luke Evans says the King ‘makes you feel that you deserve to be there’