Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles have a message for the British people. The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall posed by the Christmas tree to send a warm message to people spending Christmas alone. A meaningful end to the year for millions of people around the world.

“At Christmas, the Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall encourage you to have a thought for your old friends and loved ones throughout the season. Did you know that 1.5 million people feel more lonely at Christmas than ‘at any other time of the year “, we can read. “The Prince is Patron of Age UK, a charity that supports older people across the UK and The Duchess is Patron of the Silver Line, which provides a 24 hour hotline for older people to request information , help, or just a friendly chat, “write Charles and Camilla.

A thought to Prince Philip

For Prince Charles, it is a singular Christmas. Indeed, it is his first Christmas without his father, Prince Philip, who died on April 9 at the age of 99. Harry and William’s father also had a thought for his father a few days ago. A new very tender tribute, on December 16, during his speech at the Britannia Royal Navy College. “Britannia Royal Naval College holds a rather special place in the hearts of my family,” began the one who passed there in his youth. “My father, as Lord Grand Admiral himself, was extremely proud of his connection to it. college, and it was here that my mother and father first met in the Captain’s Garden, while my grandfather, King George VI, inspected your predecessors. “

Camilla and Charles © INSTAGRAM / CLARENCE HOUSE

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