(London) Just hours before the United States airs the highly-anticipated confessional interview given by Prince Harry and his wife Megan Markle, the BBC will broadcast a news item marking Queen Elizabeth II’s Commonwealth Day on March 7.
The BBC’s plan to change the celebration of traditional religious service scheduled for March 8 in Westminster Abbey, which was canceled due to a corona virus infection. The Commonwealth Day celebrations, held in 54 states with a population of 2.4 billion, have been held in a building in central London since 1972.
“Instead, Her Majesty the Queen will broadcast her traditional message on one of the ‘Commonwealth Day celebrations’ on BBC One on Sunday, March 7,” Abe announced on his website on Monday.
The interview with American star Queen’s grandson and his wife Megan Markle is set to air on March 7. Their interpretations of their decision to step down from the monarchy and their new life away from the crown are eagerly awaited by royal historians.
Many interviews with members of the British royal family have had devastating consequences for the image of the crown, such as Princess Diana in 1995 or Prince Andrew in 2019.
The couple, who are expecting their second child, have been criticized in recent days for being angry and supporting Harry’s decision to withdraw the Queen’s military titles.
According to Prince William’s relatives quoted in the press, Prince Harry’s elder brother believes the couple’s insults and insults to the Queen by responding that they want to continue to support various organizations because “service is global”, with or without an official role.
The media cited the desire for financial freedom to explain their decision to take the pressure and the ocean, and since Harry and Megan moved to California they have signed juicy deals with Netflix and Spotify.
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