Prince Charles had a big smile on his face when he met Ryan Reynolds in Wrexham today – second public appearance since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle started a ‘war’ on the royal family showed.
The 74-year-old monarch visited the football club purchased by the Hollywood actor in February 2021 with the Queen this afternoon.
The royal couple visited the club’s stadium and spoke with co-owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney about how they contributed to the renewal of the Welsh city that was the subject of Disney+’s Welcome to Wrexham series. I learned.
Despite further shocking the royal family yesterday with the release of a Netflix documentary about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Prince Charles had a big smile on his face as he spoke to the A-list father of three. rice field.
Prince Charles has apparently joked with Hollywood A-Lister Ryan Reynolds who bought the Welsh football club in February 2021.
While the monarch was warmly wrapped in a double-breasted tweed navy coat, Ryan, who is married to actress Blake Lively, opted for a three-piece suit for his royal engagement.
Sharing footage of King meeting with Wrexham co-owners, Daily Mail royal correspondent Rebecca English says Charles and Camilla’s visit will be featured in the next episode of the popular Disney+ series. rice field.
Ahead of the visit, Ryan said he was “incredibly excited” to meet King Charles and the Queen.
“Rob and I said early on. This is true and for the rest of our lives we will do anything to improve and elevate this community and this club. is certainly one way to do it, that’s for sure.’
Prince Charles and Queen visit football to learn more about Wrexham’s rebirth
Wrexham co-owner Rob McElhenney shook hands with Prince Charles on the pitch
Ryan Reynolds and Prince Charles had a little chat before taking pictures
Prince Charles and the Queen coming out onto the pitch
Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney nervously adjust their jackets before a meeting
King met with the stars and crew working on the Welcome to Wrexham series
The King had a big smile on his face as he met the players on camera at Welcome to Wrexham.
After shaking hands with Ryan and Rob, the King appears to comment on the cold.
“I’m from Philadelphia, but I live in Los Angeles,” Rob told him. “So it’s actually pretty warm!”
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Their celebrity status has allowed the two to secure partnerships with TikTok, Expedia, EA Sports, and Reynolds’ own Aviation Gin. We were able to pay for an upgrade to the ground (oldest international football stadium in the world).
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Sussex have tried to adjust the noise surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Netflix documentary series.
The Duke and Duchess have made a series of new swipes in the royal family and Britain with a new series described as a transatlantic “television bomb” aimed at the company.
Episode 1 begins with a veiled attack on Buckingham Palace’s decision not to co-operate in a six-part documentary documenting courtship, marriage and Megxit.
As part of a $100 million deal with Netflix, the privacy-conscious couple filmed themselves in Heathrow’s VIP lounge the moment Harry proposed in 2017, as well as when they moved to Heathrow in March 2020. I handed him a pile of photos and videos from the relationship, including moments.
The first three episodes contain a series of thorns that upset their father, Charles III. This includes Harry’s claim that in his late teens he was “literally raised” by an African “second family” he chose to spend three months with. A 20-year-old who came to accept the death of his mother.
Harry also described the royal family’s “huge level of unconscious bias”, referring to Princess Michael of Kent wearing an offensive Blackmoor-style brooch in front of his wife at Buckingham Palace. doing.
Bombshell Netflix documentary about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released yesterday
Writer Ahua Hirsch (pictured) described Harry as “anti-racist” after branding Commonwealth Empire 2.0 in Harry and Meghan’s Netflix documentary.
There are also suggestions that the UK is racist and more race-obsessed than the US, with Meghan declaring she was “never treated like a black woman” until coming to the UK. .
And in a swipe against his wife’s choice by male relatives that was seen as an attack on his father and other senior royals, possibly his younger brother William, Harry said his decision to marry Meghan was a way to bring him into the family. claimed to be separated from Not because she “fits into the mold.”
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He said that his wife’s being an American actress had “clouded” his family’s view of her, and they believed it would not last.
In the third episode of the series, writer and broadcaster Ahua Harsh, author of her 2018 memoir Brit(ish), described the Queen’s beloved Commonwealth as “Empire 2.0” before describing Prince Harry as “anti-human.” racist,” he said.
Discussing systemic racism in the UK, Ahua said: So we created this privileged club called Commonwealth.
“The commonwealth is said to be a club of friends who share common values. I think that language is really problematic.
“I sometimes refer to the Commonwealth as ‘Empire 2.0’ and that’s exactly what it is.”
The Federation was established in December 1931 and currently has 54 member states. According to the royal website, the organization’s aim is to “promote international cooperation and trade relations among people around the world.”
The episode tells the story of the murder of Stephen Lawrence and shows Harry speaking at his memorial 26 days before his and Meghan’s wedding.
Ahua said the black community “really appreciates” his speech and said his and Meghan’s attendance was “really important.”
“This was a direct response to the pain many people still feel as a result of the murder of Stephen Lawrence.
“And it’s been really welcomed by much of the black community in the UK. I always thought of Prince Harry as one of the senior royals, a bit racist and very ignorant.
Prince Andrew was pictured riding his horse around Windsor this morning
This is the first time the Duke has been photographed since the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle documentary was released.
“But I’ve watched his journey and seen that someone like him really embraces the education it takes to be anti-racist.”
Elsewhere in the series, writer Kehinde Andrews argues that “nothing has changed” from Britain’s colonial past, except for “better PR” for the royal family.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also told Princess Michael of Kent about the Blackmoor-style brooch at a pre-Christmas event attended by the Duchess of Sussex in 2017. She was forced to apologize.
Harry said: “Sometimes in this family we are part of the problem instead of part of the solution. And there is so much unconscious bias. not.
Meghan said, “When I went to England they made my race such an issue, so obviously everyone knows my race now. Before that. I’m really black. I wasn’t treated like a woman.”
In response to the bombshell series, Tory MP Bob Seeley argued that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex should be stripped of their royal titles.
The Isle of Wight MP said the couple were “monetizing” their titles with “aggressive” and “incredible” attacks on the royal family and Britain.
Backbench bills rarely become law, but Seeley said submitting the proposal to the House would be a “starting point.”