Charles says he's not "loony" in documentary

Kolin Dhillon said the nickname used by Charles and other players at the Cirencester Polo club in west England was a term of affection. The wealthy property developer is a member of the club, as is Charles, and is originally from the Indian subcontinent. (AP Photo)

September 20, 2010 4:28:05 PM PDT
Britain's Prince Charles says he talks to plants and listens to them as well.

Prince Charles is widely known for his devotion to organic farming -- but who knew that he converses with plant life.

A new BBC documentary about the man who would be king shows him wandering the extensive grounds of his Highgrove home.

Prince Charles also admits to lying on the floor and eavesdropping on what his house guests are saying. But he insists that he's not "loony."