Prince Charles’s charitable fund will not be investigated by a watchdog for accepting £1million from the family of 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden.
It received the donation after the Prince of Wales had a private meeting with the terrorist’s half-brother Bakr bin Laden in 2013 – two years after the Al Qaeda leader was killed by US special forces.
But today the Charity Commission said trustees could take money from whomever they wanted and said it would not launch a probe into the cash gift.
A spokesperson told MailOnline: ‘Whether to accept a donation is ultimately a matter for trustees.
‘Based on current information, this historic donation does not appear to be unlawful.
‘There is therefore no role for the Commission.’
Royal sources denied reports that Charles, 73, had ‘brokered’…
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