'Not my King' - Man heckles Charles during Cardiff visit

STORY: As Britain’s new King greeted members of the public, a man standing behind a metal barrier said taxpayers were funding the monarchy, adding “Not my King.” Others standing in the crowd cheered "God Save the King."

Charles was made Prince of Wales in 1958, and his lavish investiture ceremony was held in 1969 at Caernarfon Castle.

When Charles became king upon the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth last week, he handed his son and heir William the title of Prince of Wales, continuing a tradition that dates back to the start of the 14th century.

This week, the leader of pro-independence party Plaid Cymru, Adam Price, said there should be a "national conversation" over whether such a ceremony is held for William.