King Charles shares meaningful message after William’s stand against Harry

King Charles shares a major statement to mark the second anniversary of the war between Russia and Ukraine

King Charles III, who is battling cancer, made a major statement about the people’s “true courage” in the face of “indescribable aggression” as he marked the second anniversary of the war between Russia and Ukraine.

The 75-year-old shared a very meaningful message of resistance and courage to support the Ukrainian people “in this time of such great suffering and need.”

The royal family’s social media accounts shared the king’s statement on Saturday amid reports of Prince William’s alleged plea to his father to stop Harry’s possible return to the royal family.

In his message, the king also praised the efforts of Britain and its allies to support them during this difficult time.

He said: “The determination and strength of the Ukrainian people continues to inspire as the unprovoked attack on their country, lives and livelihoods enters a third tragic year. Despite the enormous hardship and pain inflicted on them, Ukrainians continue to demonstrate the heroism with which the world so closely associates them.”

“Their shows true courage, despite indescribable aggression. I have felt this personally in the many meetings I have had with Ukrainians since the beginning of the war, from President Zelenskiy and Mrs. Zelenska to new army recruits receiving training here in the United States. Kingdom.

“I remain hugely encouraged that the UK and our allies continue to be at the forefront of international efforts to support Ukraine at this time of such great suffering and need. My heart goes out to all those affected, as I remember them in my thoughts. and prayers.”

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King Charles’ words also seem to fit the situation within the royal family, as they are currently facing a crisis of health and confidence, but show resilience and unity amid all the claims and accusations against them.

It comes amid reports that the future King William is strictly opposed to the idea of ​​Harry resuming his royal duties to help King Charles as he recovers from cancer, as Prince William does not want “a glamorous, unstable brother around , not even temporarily’.

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