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November 18, 2022

Queen Camilla (75) was given an important task. She gave her first speech as Queen Consort at the Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition. As a video on Twitter shows, she paid tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II (†96).

Queen Camilla with touching words for the Queen

Queen Camilla was welcomed at Buckingham Palace by young writers after the death of Queen Elizabeth. Nobody would have expected Camilla's emotional words.

"I cannot begin without paying tribute to my dear mother-in-law, her late Majesty, who is much in our thoughts today and who is so greatly missed by us all," said the wife of King Charles (74).

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Camilla further said: "Over the past few months, my husband and I have drawn immense comfort from the messages of condolence that we have received, and continue to receive, from the four corners of the world. They have reminded us that the written word has a unique ability to connect, to heal, to reassure and to offer hope, even in the midst of grief."

With these touching words, Camilla shows how big the gap continues to be with the loss of Queen Elizabeth II. With this speech, the new Queen follows in the footsteps of her mother-in-law, who was previously the patron of the Royal Commonwealth Society.

November 17, 2022

Harry and Meghan's new plan to conquer the world

The British royal family might have to brace themselves for this one. Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (41), who have a special deal with Netflix coming up, are reportedly in important talks as they wish to develop their own world of life within the metaverse. 

British royal family: Harry and Meghan in talks with tech company

How will the British royal family react to this news? Harry and Meghan are said to be in advanced talks with the Pax.World technology company.

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They may want to create their own virtual place called "Meg-averse". According to The Mirror, "Harry and Meghan have teamed up with the metaverse platform pax.world to create Meg-averse, an immersive world where they will be able to interact with the global audience." 

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan: Is the "Meg-averse" coming soon?

When Harry and Meghan didn't fit in with the British royal family, they seemingly created their own world in which they have absolute control. An insider close to the couple revealed to The Mirror:

"Both Meghan and Harry believe they will have an even greater ability to spread their message if they have a presence in the virtual world as well as the physical world. They’ve spoken to a variety of experts and the view is this is the next stage to take their brand truly global."

The founder of Pax.World, Frank Fitzgerald, is reportedly giving the two a "first class" offered piece of land with endless possibilities through which to become a part of the immersive world.

Further commenting, Fitzgerald revealed: "We’re offering Harry and Meghan a plot of prime pax.world land and the chance to collaborate with the world’s leading architects, build on it, and connect with new audiences. If they are to pursue business and entertainment deals, position themselves as thought leaders, and progress their charity work, they must partner with a platform that shares their values."

Stay tuned to this exciting adventure of Harry and Meghan!

November 16, 2022 

King Charles invites you to his home for Christmas

The British royal family's official Instagram account "Royal Collection Trust" published that King Charles III (74) will open the doors to his Scottish palace, Holyrood Palace, on Christmas day for exclusive tours.

British Royalty: Palace Tour

In the Edinburgh residence, visitors are allowed to see the throne room, among other things. During the evening tour, you can even visit the privately used living room of the British royal family, which is otherwise not open to the public

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Fans of the British royal family will enjoy special insights into the palace in Scotland and a glass of champagne with a mince pie.