. . . according to this report from The Guardian. It is alleged that Prince Charles was offered this opportunity on 12 different bills. The Guardian reports:
"[. . .] Unlike royal assent to bills, which is exercised by the Queen as a matter of constitutional law, the prince's power applies when a new bill might affect his own interests, in particular the Duchy of Cornwall, a private £700m property empire that last year provided him with an £18m income. Neither the government nor Clarence House will reveal what, if any, alterations to legislation Charles has requested, or exactly why he was asked to grant consent to such a wide range of laws. [. . .]"
So much for "we're all in it together". . . .