King Charles made a clear mark against Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in his Christmas speech.
On Sunday, December 25th, the British royal family’s annual Christmas speech – which he gave this year Lou Charles For the first time ever.
The speech was recorded at St George’s Chapel in Windsor on 13 December. There was that too Queen Elizabeth He was buried in September, which is what the king began by saying.
—Near the abode of my beloved mother, the late Queen, beside my beloved father, Charles began and continued:
– It reminds me of the very touching letters, cards and greetings that so many of you have sent to my wife and me. I cannot thank you enough for the love and compassion you have shown our entire family.
King Charles names Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in a Christmas address
The King went on to talk about how Christmas reminds us of all the people we have lost.
He also took the opportunity to thank all the people in the social support professions in Great Britain.
I especially want to pay tribute to the amazingly good people who generously give food, donations, or the most precious gift of all: their time, to support those who need it most.
Charles also spoke about his son Prince WilliamAnd the Princess Katebut was not mentioned princes harry And the Meghan Markle everything.
As many know, the rift in the British royal family has only widened since the prince couple’s documentary series premiered on Netflix.
The family has not yet commented on the series, which is highly critical of the royal house as an institution.
The King concluded the speech by wishing everyone a Merry Christmas:
With all my heart, I wish each and every one of you a Christmas of peace, happiness and forever shining light.
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