Prince Charles visited a vaccination center at Jesus House Church in Brent, North London, on Tuesday, March 9. But the 72-year-old Prince of Wales refused to comment on the interview with Meghan Markle and Harry. When asked what he thought of the event, which is still the subject of much ink, the son of Queen Elizabeth II simply smiled and refused to answer.
Coming to see the work of the community at this church, which now serves as a pop-up vaccination center against Covid-19, Prince Charles made his first public appearance since the media debut of his son Harry and daughter-in-law Meghan Markle, just 48 hours after the broadcast on CBS. If he did not speak out on the serious accusations made by the Sussex couple against the monarchy, with suspicions of racism at the forefront, Prince Charles would have been “overwhelmed with despair”, according to a source interviewed by Vanity Fair, when his son sent him an email to say why he and Meghan Markle had done the interview.
I will always love him
During the truthful interview with their friend Oprah Winfrey, Harry revisited his strained relationship with her father. The Duke of Sussex revealed that the latter had for a time snubbed his calls. “There will be work” to ease the relationship, “but at the same time, I will always love him,” Prince Harry said. Meghan Markle‘s husband also confided his concern about seeing his father and his brother Prince William, both “prisoners” of a system, that of the royal family. These words may not have calmed Prince Charles’ “despair”.
Photo credits: Vogler Ian/PA Photos/ABACAPRESS.COM