Prince Charles and Camilla Share Poignant Message Days After Prince Philip’s Service of Thanksgiving


Prince Charles and Camilla Share Poignant Message Days After Prince Philip's Service of Thanksgiving

Prince Charles delighted
royal fans with a poignant message he shared on Saturday ahead of Ramadan, four
days after Prince Philip’s memorial service.

Addressing the Muslim
community, the Prince of Wales made a powerful statement on the Clarence
House Instagram page, along with a photo of himself and the Duchess of
Cornwall attending the Al-Azhar Mosque in Cairo, Egypt last year.

Captioning the picture was the message: “As Muslims across the United
Kingdom and the wider Commonwealth begin a period of fasting and prayer at the
start of Ramadan, my wife joins me in taking this opportunity to convey our
warmest good wishes to all those observing this month.

one’s own blessings and to
give gratitude for them. One of the greatest ways of showing gratitude in
Islam, I understand, is by being of service to those less fortunate in our

“The generosity of spirit
and kind-hearted hospitality of Muslims does not cease to astound me and I am
sure that as we enter more uncertain times, with many now struggling to cope
with increasing challenges, the Muslim community will again be a source of immense
charitable giving this Ramadan.

“There is much we can all
learn from the spirit of Ramadan – not only the generosity but also
abstention, gratefulness, and togetherness in the prayer which will give great
comfort to many across the world during this blessed month.

The Duchess wore light pink when visiting the Mosque

The Duchess wore light pink when visiting the Mosque

“I pray that all Muslims
have a blessed Ramadan. Ramadan Mubarak. HRH The Prince of Wales.”

Royal fans were delighted to
hear from the Duke and Duchess. One commented: “Waalaikkummusalaam. Thank
you, your Royal Highness. May Allah SWT bless you and our family happiness and
good health.”

Another fan said: “Wa
alaykum salaam warahmatullaahi wabarakatuh. Thank you for the wishes.”
Another follower replied: “Happy Ramadan Prince.”


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