Prince Charles is sad not to see his grandson Archie for nearly a year … Know the details


The Coronavirus crisis means that we all cannot see our loved ones as much as we would like, and this also applies to members of the British royal family.

According to the British newspaper the Daily Mail, he had spoken Prince CharlesThe Prince of Wales expresses his sadness “for not seeing his grandson Archie for a year” after Megan Markle and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, left for Canada last November.

An insider told: “Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales, was enjoying going to Frogmore Cottage,” to see his youngest grandchildren, sad because he hadn’t seen him for a long time.

Prince Harry, Charles and Archie

And last November, Prince Harry and Megan Markle left the UK on a six-week vacation in Canada, and since then, they have returned to Britain twice – but they didn’t bring Archie with them either way.

In another context, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, will participate in launching a call to action for climate change with the opening of the Climate Action Festival, which was launched in response to the postponement of the COP26 United Nations Climate Change Conference.

The “It’s Time” festival, which takes place on November 17 and 18, 2020, has been announced by the positive climate platform, Ecologi, which hopes to motivate people around the world to take action against climate change, according to the British Daily Mail.

The Prince of Wales, 71, is set to open the timely event that will unite more than 100 global contributors to the fight against climate change, including activists, artists, academics, brands and celebrities.

The festival is the brainchild of Ecologi co-founder Elliott Quad and former Member of Parliament and Chair of Ecologi’s Advisory Board, Nick Bolles.

The duo developed the festival in response to the postponement of the United Nations Climate Conference in November, as a way to provide a freely available platform to educate and inspire people around the world to take action now, and the non-profit event was funded by private donations and contributors don’t get paid for their appearance.

“Collectively, we are not doing enough to combat the climate crisis,” Elliott says. “2020 is set to really be the hottest year on record, the world is literally burning.”


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