The British monarch is protecting the public from Prince Charles’ heir apparent for this reason, the broadcaster claims

queen elizabeth He allegedly protects the people of Prince Charles, according to a broadcaster. The Prince of Wales would put the monarchy at risk because it is too political.

Queen Elizabeth II’s approach protects public from Prince Charles’ heir apparent?

Prince Charles has been accused of being “too political”. And the Prince of Wales not being silent on political issues would jeopardize the future of the monarchy. Fortunately, Her Majesty is still there to save the public from her, according to broadcaster Carol McGiffin.

The Queen has made a ‘generous donation’ to help Ukraine amid the Russian invasion. The British monarch made no statement on the conflict between the two countries choosing to remain politically neutral.

“That’s what’s so great about her,” McGiffin said on Loose Women, as quoted by Geo.Tv.

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On the contrary, she noted how the Prince of Wales could endanger the monarchy by crossing the fine line of being political.

“I think if the monarchy gets too political, it becomes divisive,” she continued. “I don’t like him very much,” she said, adding, “He’s too political. Some of his causes, not everyone supports him.”

She believed Queen Elizabeth II was “protecting us from Charles” who allegedly alienated people with her “very vocal” stance on environmental awareness.

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Prince Charles hailed Ukrainian bravery in the face of Russian aggression

The Prince of Wales issued a statement a week ago to express his feelings about the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine. While addressing the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in London on Ash Wednesday, Prince Charles condemned the “really terrible aggression” by Russian forces. In another speech, he called the invasion of Ukraine a “brutal” attack on freedom and democracy.

The heir apparent also didn’t mince words when comparing the dispute to what happened to MP Sir David Amess, who was killed for standing up for freedom and democracy.

“We see those same values ​​under attack today in Ukraine in the most unacceptable way,” Prince Charles said, per BBC.

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Prince Charles was not the only member of the royal family to broadcast support for Ukraine. Prince William and Kate Middleton also showed their support for Ukraine in a tweet.

“In October 2020, we had the privilege of meeting the President [Volodymyr] Zelenskyy and the First Lady learn of their hope and optimism for the future of Ukraine,” Prince William and Duchess Kate wrote on Twitter. “Today we stand with the President and all the people of Ukraine as they bravely fight for that future.”

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle did the same in a post on their non-charity website Archewell.

“Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and all of us at Archewell stand with the people of Ukraine against this breach of international and humanitarian law and encourage the global community and its leaders to do the same,” they said. declaration read.

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