In the autumn of 2022, for the first time in 70 years in the UK, the monarch changed. Many sources deal with the life and preferences of Elizabeth II, but we’d like to turn our attention to her dear son, who’s now the King of the United Kingdom. Let’s find out what sports he likes and some interesting details about his hobbies. For more articles like this and the latest sports news, visit https://bookmaker-ratings.com/.

Cricket

Cricket didn’t get past King Charles III. He actively played cricket in his youth and later attended charity matches.

Moreover, before his accession to the throne, Charles was the owner of one of Britain’s most famous sporting venues: the elite Oval Cricket Ground. It’s located in the grounds of the Duchy of Cornwall and brings in around £20 million a year in rental income, according to the Daily Star.

When Queen Elizabeth II was Queen, Charles held the title of Duke of Cornwall and owned the estate and grounds. When he became king, he automatically transferred this title, along with the properties, to his son William.

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Incidentally, Prince Charles had an unpleasant incident with this dukedom in 2013: he was suspected of tax evasion. According to some officials in parliament, the Cornish estate should have been taxed with the profits.

However, the Ministry of Finance countered that the Duchy has been exempt from paying taxes for representatives of the royal family since its foundation in the 15th century.

Football

For more than half a century, Queen Elizabeth II made a secret of which football club she supported. Rumours of her love for London Arsenal have surfaced from time to time, but they’ve never been officially confirmed.

With King Charles III the situation is a little more understandable. He’s considered a fan of the Burnley club from the town of the same name. In 2010, the club management even gave him a T-shirt with the number 1 and the abbreviation HRH, meaning “His Royal Highness”. And also – a VIP season ticket for the club’s matches. Charles attended the team’s matches several times.

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However, the King cannot be described as an active football fan: His “illness” is more formal. There are charities in the town of Burnley that have joint programmes with the football club.

After Charles III became king, he transferred the title of Prince of Wales and heir to the throne to his eldest son, Prince William. And he, unlike his father and grandmother, is an active football fan. The Prince has been a fan of Aston Villa since childhood, and he made a conscious decision to do so.

According to William, his classmates mostly supported Manchester United or Chelsea, and he specifically chose a team from the midfield of the table to experience “emotional fluctuations”.

Extreme

Charles wasn’t confined to traditional British views. He always loved various extreme entertainments. Throughout his life, the future king was enthusiastic about surfing, scuba diving, sailing and skiing, air sports, horse racing and karting.

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There are many famous photos of Charles surfing, although he himself was rather modest about his abilities. For example, at a meeting with the charity Surfers Against Wastewater at his Cornish estate in 2020, the then Prince said: “I tried surfing about 40 years ago, but without success. It’s a shame I can’t try again”

Actually, Charles III likes rugby and other sports, but these three are his favourites. What do you think? #KhabarLive #hydnews #hyderabadlive

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