Queen Elizabeth’s annual message on the occasion of Commonwealth Day, which is celebrated on 8 March this year, will be broadcast on a special TV program on BBC One. This program will be shown in place of the regular masses canceled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Her Majesty’s greeting is scheduled for hours before an interview with Harry and his wife Meghan. In it, the couple should finally tell the world why they decided to leave the royal family, at this point reportedly infuriating other family members.
Westminster Abbey, where the annual services were to take place, announced Monday that the special program will also include Harry’s father, Prince Charles, elder brother Prince William and two other high-ranking members of the royal family.
Last week, Harry and Meghan reported their “intimate” conversation with U.S. talk show host Winfrey, in which they are expected to recall their grievances at the way the royal family was treated after their fabulous wedding in 2018.
As soon as the interview was announced, Buckingham Palace announced that the royal couple had permanently resigned from their royal family, just a year after the monarchy shook their previous announcement of their plans to “withdraw” from the royal family.
After the Dukes of Sussex confirmed that they would not return to this post, the Queen ordered the restoration of their titles of honor and royal guardians in order to be redistributed to the working members of the royal family.
Last year, the couple moved to the United States. Following the move, nicknamed Megxitu by British media, Harry and Meghan have embarked on several commercial projects, including attractive contracts with Netflix and Spotify.
This year, on Valentine’s Day, the couple announced they were expecting a second baby. Earlier this month, she had already made headlines after Meghan won a lawsuit against one British newspaper publisher for publishing her private letter to her father.
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