The interview-confession given by Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle emphasized the importance of “selfless dedication and a sense of duty” a few hours before airing in the United States on Sunday by Queen Elizabeth II.
“Although last year’s experiences across the Commonwealth have been varied, moving examples of courage, determination, selfless dedication and a sense of duty have been seen in Commonwealth society,” the Queen was quoted as saying by the BBC.
Elizabeth II added, “For many, these endeavors are a time of close association with others, and we enjoy their solidarity and spiritual support.”
The Commonwealth Day message came just hours before the American channel CBS aired a shocking interview with Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, accusing the Duchess of Sussex of “Buckingham Palace” of “lying”. According to the summaries, go away and settle in California.
The Queen, her son Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, her grandson Prince William and his wife Kate: all of the official members of the royal family from Westminster Abbey appeared on the BBC show airing from 5:00 pm on GMT to celebrate the Commonwealth. Day.
Crown Prince Charles paid tribute to the “extraordinary determination, courage and creativity” of the Commonwealth people during the coronavirus crisis, condemning the “existential threats” of the pandemic and climate change.
Prince William and his wife Kate, who are second in line to the British crown, praised the “outstanding work” of health workers “in the UK and around the world” last year.
The Commonwealth Games – an association of 54 nations inherited from the British colonial empire – last saw Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, as official members of the royal family in 2020, before they actually withdrew from it in April.
A few years later an interview-confession broadcast by “Sussex” aired on American television, almost a year after they withdrew, the royal family facing a potential crisis approached the celebrations this year. From the monarchy.