King Charles salutes late queen, public workers in speech
King Charles III evoked memories Sunday of his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II, as he broadcast his first Christmas message as monarch in a speech that also paid tribute to the “selfless dedication” of Britain’s public service workers, many of whom are in a fight with the government over pay.
Published 5 months ago · London, United Kingdom
Times of India
King Charles salutes late queen, public workers in speech, mentions cost-of-living crisis
Charles, 74, empathized in the prerecorded message with people struggling to make ends meet "at a time of great anxiety and hardship." Like some other parts of the world, the U.K. is wrestling with high inflation that has caused a cost-of-living crisis for many households.
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King Charles speaks of 'poignant' time for those grieving in Christmas Day message
King Charles III spoke of how the festive season can be a “particularly poignant time” for “all of us who have lost loved ones.” In the opening moments of his first-ever Christmas Day message as sovereign, he spoke of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II. “We feel their absence at every familiar turn of the season and remember them in each cherished tradition,” he said. The King also thanked the British people for their “deeply touching” messages fol…
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