Prince Charles: COVID has made the lives of teenagers “infinitely worse” Celebrities

Prince Charles believes that the COVID-19 pandemic has made the lives of teenagers “infinitely worse.”

The 73-year-old royal spoke about how the “terrible” health crisis stopped young people from communicating with their friends, forced them to “cut off from the problems of building trust” and “denied” the “social experience” that other generations accepted. given, so called on the nation to “believe in our youth so that they begin to believe in themselves.”

In a speech at the Prince’s Trust Awards at the Royal Drury Lane Theater in London, he said: “Today we are here, of course, in the wake of a terrible pandemic that has affected education, work, family and childhood.

“We still don’t know the scale of the disruption in the long run, but we know that many still feel isolated and lonely, and that more and more young people around the world are growing up fearing the future.

“Listening to young people, I know that the path from childhood to adulthood, from school to work can be an anxious and troubled time, even for those in the happiest of circumstances.

“But the pitfalls of this journey have become infinitely worse for many today: they have been separated from their school friends, cut off from the problems of building trust and abandoning the social experience that we have all taken for granted.”

This year’s awards will be televised for the first time, on Thursday (May 26, 22) on ITV, and Charles joked about how he could become a “commercial break without understanding” in the finale.

The ceremony was hosted by Saturday Night Takeaway stars for the tenth time, and the duo joked that Charles always looks disappointed when he sees them, and says, “Oh no, not you two again.”

December joked: “Classic HRH bantz”.

And when the prince came on stage, he joked: “Welcome to Ant and Tuesday to take away.”

Charles “never feels” how each of the young laureates “overcame the most terrible obstacles.”

He added: “I can’t tell you how proud I am of all of them.”


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