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Prince William also called for a ceasefire in Gaza
Prince William also called for a ceasefire in Gaza
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. At first glance, the statement of Prince William, heir to the British throne, is not surprising. Many politicians and celebrities have also repeatedly spoken out about the need to resolve the conflict in Gaza. However, in the case of the prince, the situation seems unusual, as the monarchial family usually refrains from such comments. <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2024/feb/21/prince-william-gaza-british-monarchy-queen-king-charles">The Guardian</a> reports that.</p> <p>Prince William visited the British Red Cross office in London yesterday. Listening to the stories of the organization's workers about Gaza, he also shared his opinion and said that there should be a ceasefire in Gaza. Normally, members of the British family should limit themselves to innocuous remarks, so "prince's remarks strayed perilously close to outspokenness."</p> <blockquote> <p>"We got used to his grandmother for decades not saying anything remotely contentious, but the modern monarchy needs to show it does not float in a cloud of unknowing about what is happening in the world – and most royal supporters are not going to quibble with that," is stated in the article.</p> </blockquote> <p>By the way, the Republicans in the country on the contrary would like the royal family to be "detached" from current events.</p> <p>It is worth noting that Prince William is quite at ease with those whom he meets. He probably got this from his mother Lady Diana.</p>
<p>GENICHESK. TAVRIA. At first glance, the statement of Prince William, heir to the British throne, is not surprising. Many politicians and celebrities have also repeatedly spoken out about the need to resolve the conflict in Gaza. However, in the case of the prince, the situation seems unusual, as the monarchial family usually refrains from such comments. <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2024/feb/21/prince-william-gaza-british-monarchy-queen-king-charles">The Guardian</a> reports that.</p> <p>Prince William visited the British Red Cross office in London yesterday. Listening to the stories of the organization's workers about Gaza, he also shared his opinion and said that there should be a ceasefire in Gaza. Normally, members of the British family should limit themselves to innocuous remarks, so "prince's remarks strayed perilously close to outspokenness."</p> <blockquote> <p>"We got used to his grandmother for decades not saying anything remotely contentious, but the modern monarchy needs to show it does not float in a cloud of unknowing about what is happening in the world – and most royal supporters are not going to quibble with that," is stated in the article.</p> </blockquote> <p>By the way, the Republicans in the country on the contrary would like the royal family to be "detached" from current events.</p> <p>It is worth noting that Prince William is quite at ease with those whom he meets. He probably got this from his mother Lady Diana.</p>
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Prince William also called for a ceasefire in Gaza

Prince William also called for a ceasefire in Gaza

21.02.2024

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GENICHESK. TAVRIA. At first glance, the statement of Prince William, heir to the British throne, is not surprising. Many politicians and celebrities have also repeatedly spoken out about the need to resolve the conflict in Gaza. However, in the case of the prince, the situation seems unusual, as the monarchial family usually refrains from such comments. The Guardian reports that.

Prince William visited the British Red Cross office in London yesterday. Listening to the stories of the organization's workers about Gaza, he also shared his opinion and said that there should be a ceasefire in Gaza. Normally, members of the British family should limit themselves to innocuous remarks, so "prince's remarks strayed perilously close to outspokenness."

"We got used to his grandmother for decades not saying anything remotely contentious, but the modern monarchy needs to show it does not float in a cloud of unknowing about what is happening in the world – and most royal supporters are not going to quibble with that," is stated in the article.

By the way, the Republicans in the country on the contrary would like the royal family to be "detached" from current events.

It is worth noting that Prince William is quite at ease with those whom he meets. He probably got this from his mother Lady Diana.


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