King Charles has surprisingly sent a message to Kim Jon-un to mark North Korea’s National Day. Charles is following in his mother’s footsteps. Queen Elizabeth II did the same during her reign.
North Korea’s state-run news agency KCNA reports that Charles’ message reads: “As the people of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea celebrate their National Day, I send my good wishes for the future.”
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It wasn’t just the UK, Kim received well-wishes from Singapore, Nepal, Bahrain and Mozambique.
The King of Sweden, Carl XVI Gustaf, sent a message, that reads similar to Charles’: “On the occasion of the Anniversary of the founding of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) I wish to convey to Your Excellency my best wishes for the future and for the welfare of the people of the [DPRK].”
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This isn’t the only page Charles has taken out of his mother’s book. According to the Wall Street Journal, Queen Elizabeth’s first rule was “to steady the ship by being as uncontroversial as possible,” with the WSJ pointing out, Charles has been doing the same during his first year as Monarch.
Robert Hazel, an expert on the British constitution and professor at University College London, talks about Charles’ first year as monarch, saying, “It’s gone surprisingly well. I think he has made the transition to head of state more easily than some of us had feared.”
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