After Liz Truss reportedly advised them to leave, neither Prince William nor King Charles will attend Cop27’s climate summit.

According to some reports, the monarch had planned to deliver a speech during November’s meeting of world leaders in Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt.

The Prime Minister however, which will not be attending, protested against his plans at an audience held at Buckingham Palace last week.

Surprise! It has been revealed that Prince William, who is, as his father, an outspoken environmentalist and campaigner, will not be attending the summit. He will instead concentrate on his Earthshot Prize.

The royal family, however, gathered at Cop26, Glasgow with Queen Elizabeth II delivering a touching message on saving our planet. 

The revelation comes amid rising suspicion that the Government plans to lower or eliminate its 2050 target for ‘net zero’ carbon emission. 

King Charles III receives Prime Minister Liz Truss in the 1844 Room at Buckingham Palace

King Charles III is greeted by Prime Minister Liz Truss at Buckingham Palace’s 1844 Room

Prince William, Prince of Wales and Catherine, Princess of Wales leave St Thomas Church

Prince William, Prince Of Wales, and Catherine, Princessof Wales leave St Thomas Church

Tories in war: MP Tobias Ellwood claims Liz Truss wrongly ‘ban King Charles from Cop27’ 

King Charles was encouraged to attend the next climate summit and not to listen to Liz Truss who advised him to avoid today by one her MPs.

After the objection of the Prime Minister, the new King was reportedly forced to cancel his plans to address the COP27 conference in Egypt.

Buckingham Palace sources said last night that Charles would not be attending the event he planned when he was Prince Of Wales.

Sources claimed that the King was not ordered by the PM to be absent and instead stressed the fact that he sought advice from No 10. Sources claimed that the King was not allowed to attend the meeting because of an order from the PM.

Tobias Elwood, however suggested today that he might consider moving anyway.

Online, he wrote: “I hope commonsense will prevail.” King Charles has a global reputation for his views on climate change and the environment.

His presence would be a significant authority for the British delegation. Are we capable of going from hosting COP26 and collaborating with soft power at the COP27?

According to the Palace, advice was sought from King Truss and given by Miss Truss. According to the Palace, there was an understanding that King wouldn’t attend because of mutual friendship and respect.

The King will likely be disappointed by the outcome. He was Prince of Wales and had long been involved in campaigning against climate change. He was also the heir to the throne and had a history of interfering with government affairs. Most recently, he expressed his disgust at the Government’s plans to send illegal migrants to Rwanda.

His mother died in a tragic accident. Friends insist that he won’t change his position on global warming.

However, as monarch, he must be neutral in politics. He acknowledged this to his nation during the address after Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, saying that ‘it won’t be possible to spend so much time on the…issues for which I so deeply care’.

Charles indicated that he was going to attend Cop27 (the 27th UN Climate Change Conference), which takes place from November 6 to 18.

The Daily Mail was told by a source that there are no firm plans to send the King, but he has been previously. There is speculation that this year he will again. Advice was sought from the Palace, as foreign visits to other countries are only made upon request by the British Government.

It has been suggested that Cop27, with all the demands from the King for deployment abroad, would not be the “right occasion” for his first overseas trip as sovereign.

Sources pointed out his address to nation following the death of his mother. In which, he stressed that his constitutional rights are still relevant in light his changing circumstances.

It is well-known that his role as sovereign will be influenced by the environment, as the Mail previously pointed out.

He delivered Cop21’s opening speech in Paris in 2015 and described climate change as the biggest threat facing mankind.

In an incisive speech, the King repeated Winston Churchill’s appeal for “the few” to help save the planet. The King also urged world leaders to spend ‘trillions of dollars, not billions. 

Camilla, Queen Consort, King Charles III, Prince William, Prince of Wales and Catherine, Princess of Wales pose for a photo

Camilla, Queen Consort King Charles III Prince William Prince of Wales, Catherine, Princess Of Wales, and Prince William Prince of Wales pose for photos

In addition, he spoke at Cop26’s opening ceremony last year in Glasgow. He will be absent from Cop27, but it is believed he still intends to attend, so the possibility of him making a virtual appearance is possible.

Tobias Ellwood, Conservative MP and tweeter said that he hopes the King will be allowed to travel to Egypt. He also stated that he is a “globally respected voice” on the environment. His presence would give’serious authority to the British delegation.

Boris Johnson was an avid advocate of net zero. Miss Truss, however, is more skeptical about the green agenda.

According to a government source, the following was said by them: “The Palace and Government had considered him separately and agreed together that he would not be attending Cop.