After Prince Harry and Meghan ‘waged War’ on royals, King Charles beams when he meets Ryan Reynolds

King Charles was all smiles when he met Ryan Reynolds today in Wrexham – his second public appearance since Prince Harry & Meghan Markle began ‘waging War’ on the Royal Family.

The monarch, 74, visited the football club – which was purchased by the Hollywood actor in February 2021 – with the Queen Consort this afternoon.

The royal couple visited the club’s stadium to speak with co-owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney to learn about how it has contributed to the regeneration of the Welsh city, which was the subject of Disney+’s Welcome to Wrexham series.

Despite Prince Harry’s and Meghan Markle’s further attacks on the Royal Family, yesterday’s Netflix documentary released, King Charles was all smiles while he spoke to the A-List father of three. 

King Charles shared a joke with Ryan Reynolds, an A-Lister from Hollywood. Reynolds bought the Welsh football club in Feb 2021.

Ryan, who is married with Blake Lively, chose a three-piece suit to attend the royal engagement. While the monarch was wrapped up in a double-breasted tweed navy jacket, Ryan – who is also married to Blake Lively – opted for a three­-piece suit. 

Rebecca English, Royal Correspondent to the Daily Mail, shared footage of King Charles meeting Wrexham co-owners. English also stated that Charles and Camilla’s visit will be featured in an upcoming episode Disney+.

The royal couple tried not to be distracted by the noise surrounding Prince Harry’s and Meghan’s Netflix documentary series, which was uploaded yesterday. 

The Duke and Duchess took a series more swipes at Britain and The Royal Family in their new series. It is being called a transatlantic TV bomb’ directed at The Firm.

King Charles And The Queen Consort Visited The Football To Learn More About Wrexham'S Regeneration

King Charles and Queen Consort visited Wrexham to learn more about the regeneration of the football. 

Wrexham Co-Owner Rob Mcelhenney Shook Hands With King Charles On The Pitch

Rob McElhenney, coowner of Wrexham, met King Charles at the pitch.

Ryan Reynolds And Rob Mcelhenney Nervously Adjust Their Jackets Before The Meeting

Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney nervously adjust their jackets before the meeting

The King Met With The Stars And Staff Who Work On The Welcome To Wrexham Series

The King met the stars and staff of the Welcome to Wrexham series.

Episode 1 begins with a thinly disguised attack on Buckingham Palace for not cooperating with their six-part documentary charting marriage, courtship and Megxit. 

The couple gave Netflix a treasure trove of photos and video as part of their $100 million deal. This includes Harry’s proposal in 2017 and Harry’s exit from Heathrow in March 2020. 

The first three episodes contain a series of barbs that will upset his father King Charles III, including Harry’s claim that he was ‘literally brought up’ by a ‘second family’ in Africa where he chose to spend three-month stints in his late teens and twenties as he came to terms with his mother’s death.   

Harry also describes a ‘huge level of unconscious bias’ in the Royal Family – with reference to Princess Michael of Kent wearing an offensive Blackamoor-style brooch in front of his wife at Buckingham Palace. 

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle'S Bombshell Netflix Documentary Was Released Yesterday

Yesterday, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released their bombshell Netflix documentary.

There is also the possibility that the UK is racist, more obsessed with race than the US. Meghan said that she was not treated like an African-American woman until she came to Britain.

In a dig at his male relatives’ choice of wives, which was seen as an attack against his father and brother William, Harry claimed that his decision to marry Meghan sets Harry apart from his family because it was from his heart’ and not because she “would fit the mold”.

He His wife’s American-American actress husband ‘clouded’ his family’s view of her, and they believed it wouldn’t last.

The third episode of the series features Afua Hirsh, a writer and broadcaster who wrote the 2018 memoir Brit(ish), describing the Queen’s beloved Commonwealth in the terms of ‘Empire 2.0’. She then went on to call Prince Harry an ‘anti-racist. 

Afua spoke out about institutional racism in the UK. It created the Commonwealth, a privileged club. 

“The Commonwealth is still described by some as a group of friends who share similar values. That language is problematic for me.

“I sometimes refer to the Commonwealth as “Empire 2.0” because it is what it really is. 

The Commonwealth was established in December 1931. It currently includes 54 countries. According to the Royal Family’s website the organisation’s purpose is to “foster international cooperation and trade links among people all over the globe”. 

The episode tells the story about Stephen Lawrence’s murder and shows Harry speaking at a tribute to him, 26 days prior to his and Meghan’s wedding.

Afua said that the black community “really appreciated” his speech, and that Meghan’s attendance was a’really significant.

She “It was a direct attempt at speaking to the pain many people still feel after Stephen Lawrence’s murder.”

“And that was really welcomed in Britain by many black communities. I have always seen Prince Harry as a senior royal, a bit racist, and very ignorant.

“But I have seen him on this journey and he has really embraced education that is necessary for someone like him, to become an anti-racist.”

Elsewhere in the series, author Kehinde Andrews claims ‘nothing has changed’ from the UK’s colonial past, apart from the Royal Family’s ‘better PR’

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also discuss Princess Michael, a Blackamoor-style brooch that Prince Harry wore to a 2017 pre-Christmas event attended by the Duchess. She I was forced to apologize.

Harry said, “In this family sometimes you are part of the problem instead of part of the solution.” There is also a lot of unconscious bias. Unconscious bias is not the fault of anyone.

Meghan says, “Obviously everyone is aware now of my race because they made that such an issue when we went to the UK. Before then. I was not treated like a black woman.”

In response to the bombshell series, Tory MP Bob Seely has argued that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex should be stripped of their royal titles.

According to the Isle of Wight MP, the couple were’monetizing’ their titles through ‘aggressive’ and unbelievable’ attacks against the Royal Family and Britain.

Backbench bills rarely become law. However, Mr Seely stated that presenting the House with the proposals will be a’start’.

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