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“There is faith in one’s extraordinary capacity to touch, with kindness and sympathy, the lives of others and the shining of light in the world around them,” said Charles.

Britain’s King Charles invoked his late mother Queen Elizabeth in his first Christmas address as a monarch to the nation, speaking of his faith in humanity at a time of “great stress and difficulty”.

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Karolos said that he shares with “all his heart” his mother’s faith in God and the people. He was speaking from St George’s Chapel, where the late Queen is laid to rest, from which Elizabeth delivered her Christmas message in 1999.

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“There is faith in one’s extraordinary capacity to touch, with kindness and sympathy, the lives of others and the shining of light in the world around them,” said Charles.

“In these times of great stress and difficulty, especially for those around the world who are faced with war or natural disasters, or for those at home, who are finding ways to pay their bills and keep their families fed and warm – the we see in the humanity of the peoples”.

The king’s speech closed a chaotic year for Britain after the years of dominance of the corona virus, but also of Brexit.

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