The Queen emphasized the importance of staying in touch with family and friends during the rehearsal and praised the “selfless sacrifice” made together, just hours before the release of Oprah’s controversial interview of Harry and Meghan.
High-ranking guests, including the Prince of Wales and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, appeared together on the BBC One program on Unity Day.
The show was used to discuss the global impact of the coronavirus pandemic and how technology “transcends borders and divisions” and how important it is to communicate with each other.
“The trials of so many people have led to a deeper appreciation of the mutual support and spiritual nurture we enjoy connecting with others,” he said.
But while praising the queen’s far-reaching limits, the current situation with Harry and Meghan was at odds.
In just a few hours, Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah will air, promising to enter a tough royal divide.
Clips from Winfrey’s interview showed Meghan calling the royal family a “signature” and accusing them of “continuing to lie” about herself and Harry.
He also talks about the limitations of working with the royal family and feeling “free” after resigning.
Reports suggested that the Queen would not watch the “circus” interview, but would choose “the position and Felipe.” The 99-year-old Duke of Edinburgh underwent surgery for a pre-existing heart condition.
Repeated references to the position may reflect the queen’s attitude toward separation from her grandson from the royal family. Harry and Meghan were accused of disrespecting the official life of the monarch when their regular departure ended two weeks ago.
“Although last year’s experiences differed between the Union,” said the Queen, “all the communities in the country and the region, especially those working on the front lines, have shown examples of courage, commitment and self-denial, providing health and other services. public to their communities «.