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After Meghan and Harry’s interview, Charles makes an important change

No doubt encouraged by the shock interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Prince Charles is revising his communication according to information from our sources.

It’s time for change for Prince Charles. This Friday, March 26, our source reports that the Duke of Cornwall has made the choice of renewal for his communication. He has called on the services of Simon Enright, former director of communications of the National Health Service, which he leaves after eight years of good and loyal service. A novelty occurring several weeks after the truthful interview of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in front of Oprah Winfrey, which does not stop scandalizing the citizens across the Channel.

After having played an important role in the health crisis generated by the coronavirus pandemic in England, as director of communications for the NHS, Simon Enright will supervise the communication of Prince Charles. An exercise that he undoubtedly masters since he was also the deputy editor of BBC Newsnight.

Who better qualified to restore the reputation of Her Majesty Elizabeth II’s eldest son? Because, during his shock interview with Oprah Winfrey and Meghan Markle, Prince Harry accused, among other things, his father of cutting him off after he left the Firm, confiding afterwards that the crown prince would be trapped within the monarchy. Simon Enright takes over from Julian Payne, another BBC strongman, who was in charge of the public image of the Prince of Wales and his wife until January 2021.

Crown open to learning

Before Prince Charles made this important change in his team, and after appointing seven new representatives of the institution, it was His Royal Highness who made a symbolic decision in response to Meghan Markle‘s accusations of racism.

Concerned about her allegations, as she was able to convey in a statement from Buckingham Palace, the 94-year-old monarch announced that she is considering appointing a chief diversity officer, aware that the issue of race is an important topic. Open to change, Her Majesty Elizabeth II was applauded for this choice. Several Windsors also supported this proposal, ready to save the monarchy.

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