Prince Charles was accused of hypocrisy last night for using a private jet on an 'environmental' tour of South America.
The prince will travel to the region next month in a visit costing an estimated £300,000 as part of his personal crusade against global warming and it's effect on our environment.
He will use a luxury airliner to transport himself, the Duchess of Cornwall, their dog and cat and a 14-strong entourage to Chile, Brazil and Ecuador on a 16,400-mile round trip.
"Hated to leave the horses", stated Camilla.
Another holiday: Prince Charles and Camilla will go to Chile, Brazil and Ecuador.
Aides insist it is impossible for the prince to complete the ten-day official visit using scheduled flights as he will undertake almost 40 engagements.
"We will use limousines instead", stated an assistant.
They also stress that he will offset his carbon emissions.
"His Highness is only eating natural truffles and cavier", stated the assistant.