Prince William will reportedly run the monarchy differently from Prince Charles when he becomes King.

In BBC’s documentary “Prince, Son, and Heir: Charles at 70,” host John Bridcut asked the father and son tandem if Prince Charles created a template for what how his successor should run the monarchy.

“I doubt it. My eldest son William may want to do it differently, slightly. The whole point is it has this flexibility about it,” he said.

“Personally, I want to be my own man and take my own style, my own passions, and my own interests my way. And do things slightly differently. I think it’s important that each generation does things a little bit differently than the previous,” Prince William said (via Express).

In the documentary commemorating Prince Charles’ 70th birthday, the Duke of Cambridge said he admired his father’s work ethic and passion, which are crucial traits that the future head of the monarchy should possess. Prince William also praised his dad for being a successful Prince of Wales and for being an amazing father.

Meanwhile, the documentary also shed light on how the Duke of Cornwall has trained his sons to pick up trash when they were still young. The royal siblings have been sticklers for the said habit even now that they are older.

“He’s done an amazing job and without telling us what we should be doing or the direction that we should go in, he’s just let us learn from the nature of the job, learn from him, learn from mommy to the point where I used to get taken the mickey out of at school for just picking up rubbish,” Prince Harry said.

Prince Charles will turn 70 on Nov. 14. Queen Elizabeth II will be throwing her eldest son a massive birthday party on his special day. The private event will be attended by Prince Charles’ family, friends, and colleagues.