The Prince of Wales Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla called people to support the elders who may feel lonely amid the Christmas holidays, Royals’ official Twitter account posted on Friday.
This Christmas, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall encourage you to remember your older friends and relatives over the festive season.
@age_uk and @TheSilverLineUK’s #BrighterChristmas campaign supports those who may be lonely this year. pic.twitter.com/78k8TTRFqW
— The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall (@ClarenceHouse) December 17, 2021
Prince Charles and his wife appeared with a warm look beside a Christmas tree, and the photo was captioned with a message to support the Age UK foundation.
The Royals tweeted: “This Christmas, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall encourage you to remember your older friends and relatives over the festive season.”
They also hinted that more than a million old people feel more lonely during the Christmas season more than at any time in the year.
Age UK is a charity organization that supports older people throughout the UK, and it provides a 24-hour helpline for older people to call for information, support, or just a friendly chat.
The Prince of Wales, Charles, and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla, released the 2021 Christmas card, two weeks ago.
The royals card depicted them while using face masks as a move to raise awareness of wearing masks and following protective measures due to the emergence of COVID-19.
Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla said: “It is the most enormous tribute to the remarkable ingenuity and determination of everyone involved that, one year after the first COVID-19 vaccination, more than a hundred million doses have now been delivered.”