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Some chap going by the name of Windsor is to launch a new whisky. Barrogill will be available from the new year for £20 a bottle. A watercolor of the castle, painted by the prince, will be featured on the label. A pound from every bottle sold will be donated to a charity that helps the struggling Highland. But, as the Times article questions, is the role of the nations future king to act as a charity/money making enterprise or be simply 'head of state'?

The Times
"But it’s doubtful whether Buckingham Palace will be stocking up. Courtiers say the Queen views her son’s growing commercial activity with horror. In her view, they say, the role of monarchy is to provide a head of state, not operate as a high-class charity shop.
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