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King Charles Stands Firm with Prince William Amidst Prince Harry’s Absence

In a display of unwavering support, Britain’s King Charles has thrown his weight behind his elder son, Prince William, as the Prince of Wales arrived in Singapore on Sunday.

This show of solidarity from the King comes when reports circulate that his younger son, Prince Harry, has declined an invitation to attend King Charles’s 75th birthday celebration in the UK.

Prince William felt his presence in the digital realm, taking to the platform formerly known as Twitter, now referred to as “X,” to share his first video message from Singapore.

His message conveyed warmth and gratitude, stating, “Wonderful to see you all this evening, Singapore! Thank you for hosting us for the third annual #EarthshotPrize here this week.”

Prince William expressed his eagerness to shine a spotlight on the sustainable achievements emerging from Asia and beyond, all while endorsing innovative solutions to address the planet’s most pressing challenges.

In a heartening move, the royal family, acting on behalf of King Charles, reposted Prince William’s tweet. This report was a clear demonstration of support for the future King and his commitment to the Earthshot Prize initiative.

The royal family’s repost of Prince William’s tweet carried the caption,

“The Prince of Wales is in Singapore for the third #EarthshotPrize Awards, which celebrate environmental innovators and their solutions.”

While Prince Harry’s absence at King Charles’s 75th birthday celebration in the UK might have raised eyebrows, the firm and unshaken support of King Charles for his elder son, Prince William, sends a powerful message of unity and family solidarity.

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