Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not released a statement about the Queen's 70th anniversary for her Accession Day.
On the eve of the celebration, Queen Elizabeth II announced that Camilla will be "queen consort" when Prince Charles becomes king. The Duke of Sussex seemingly broke his silence by promoting his mom Princess Diana's efforts against HIV.
Prince Harry Vows To Continue Princess Diana's Job On HIV
The Duke of Sussex paid tribute to his mom Princess Diana by raising HIV and Aids awareness. He spoke to former Wales rugby captain Gareth Thomas about his passion for advocating HIV which his late mom started.
"Once you get to meet people and you see the suffering around the world, I certainly can't turn my back on that," Prince Harry was quoted by The Sun as saying. "Then add in the fact that my mum's work was unfinished, I feel obligated to try and continue that as much as possible. I've got to finish the job."
Prince Harry also urged the people to follow his example and get an HIV test. In 2016, the duke took one alongside Rihanna and it worked because the number of people requesting from the Terrence Higgins Trust increased by 500 percent.
Meghan Markle's husband said the virus used to be a death sentence. However, it has become a "manageable disease" though "stigma still exists and therefore the testing is still a problem."
The outlet noted that Prince Harry's tribute to his mom came after the Queen made an announcement showing public support for his stepmother Camilla.
Queen Elizabeth Announces That Prince Harry And William's Stepmom Camilla Will Be Queen Consort
The Queen released a statement on Saturday to mark her 70th anniversary of being the monarch. On the eve of her Accession Day, the Queen acknowledged her family's "steadfast and loving support." She also asked the people to extend the same support to Prince Charles and Camilla when it's their turn to lead the monarchy.
"When, in the fullness of time, my son Charles becomes King, I know you will give him and his wife Camilla the same support that you have given me; and it is my sincere wish that, when that time comes, Camilla will be known as Queen Consort as she continues her own loyal service," the Queen wrote.
She also thanked everyone who supported her worldwide.
"I look forward to continuing to serve you with all my heart, I hope this Jubilee will bring together families and friends, neighbors and communities – after some difficult times for so many of us – in order to enjoy the celebrations and to reflect on the positive developments in our day-to-day lives that have so happily coincided with my reign," she continued.
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