Prince Charles and Boris Johnson have headed to an awkward meeting in Rwanda to discuss the migration row

PRINCE Charles and Boris Johnson may meet in Rwanda to discuss migrant dispute.

Charles sparked a dispute with No. 10 after describing Rwanda’s deportation policy as “appalling”.

Prince Charles and Boris Johnson may meet in Rwanda to discuss migrant dispute

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Prince Charles and Boris Johnson may meet in Rwanda to discuss migrant disputePhoto credit: AFP
Charles sparked a row with No. 10 after describing Rwanda's deportation policy as

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Charles sparked a row with No. 10 after describing Rwanda’s deportation policy as “appalling”.Photo credit: AFP

Last night Downing Street downplayed the row, insisting the Prime Minister harbors “great affection and admiration” for the prince.

But they admitted their relationship “didn’t have the same opportunity to blossom” as the Prime Minister’s with the Queen.

The pair are set to have an awkward encounter in the Rwandan capital of Kigali next week, where they are both attending a major Commonwealth summit.

They meet at a formal reception for all executives in attendance.

But they could also have a private meeting away from prying eyes, The Sun understands.

A Whitehall source said they expect the men will “try to have a chat”.

But a cabinet minister slammed Prince Charles for getting into politics.

They said: “Prince Charles is an ornament of our public life, but that will cease to be charming if he tries to act the same way when he is king.

“That will raise serious constitutional issues.”

It comes as lawyers and union activists are asking today for tomorrow’s first deportation flight to the East African country to be blocked.

But even if the judges support the Interior Ministry, there will be fewer than ten migrants on board.

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