Charles Windsor resents selling weapons according to new biography
Heir to the throne avoids window-dressing for overseas deals
THE man who would be King, Charles Windsor, "doesn't like being used to market weaponry", according to the author of his latest biography.
Catherine Mayer, who publishes the work this week, says the second in line to the royal throne avoids helping the sales effort whenever possible.
The claims, published in The Times newspaper, come just before the Prince is taken on his twelfth tour of Saudi Arabia, a major arms destination.