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Public farewell: Prince Harry's grandson honors Queen as 'compass'

Public farewell: Prince Harry’s grandson honors Queen as ‘compass’

The Queen’s grandson Prince Harry has SShe is the deceased grandmother of Elizabeth II. Recognized as a “compass” and an example of service and duty. “She has been admired and respected around the world. Her unwavering dignity and grace have remained throughout her life and is now her eternal legacy,” Harry wrote in a statement released on Monday.On his Archewell Foundation website has been published.

His new father King Charles III, The 37-year-old confirmed his support. The relationship between Harry and his father and brother Prince William It is considered burdensome. Harry’s announcement of honoring Charles in his new role could mean a gesture of peace. The new king also publicly expressed his affection for Harry and his wife Meghan in his first televised address on Friday night.

The last goodbye makes him sad, Harry wrote directly to his “grandmother” (his grandmother). At the same time, he is grateful for their encounters – “from my early childhood memories with you to my first encounter with you as my supreme leader to the first moment when I met my wonderful wife and hugged your beloved great-grandchildren.” Harry asserted, “I cherish these times I shared with you and all the other special moments in between.”

The Duke of Sussex, as his official title reads, ended his message: “Thank you for your dedication to service. Thank you for your sound advice. Thank you for your infectious smile. We too are smiling, and we know you and Grandpa are now reunited in peace.” Prince Philip, the Queen’s husband, died in April 2021 at the age of 99.

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Harry lives in California with his wife, Duchess Meghan, and their children Archie (3) and Lilipt (1), who is named after the Queen. The couple happened to be in the UK when the Queen died in Scotland on Thursday. Harry and Meghan have abandoned their royal duties and have repeatedly criticized the palace. However, the Queen has always explicitly excluded them from the allegations.