Yesterday, December 8, the long-awaited documentary series about Meghan and Harry was released on Netflix.

The couple opened up about their love story as well as their life in the British royal family.

King Charles III / Photo: Getty Images

Many worried how this would affect the king and the monarchy.

But, it seems, there is no need to worry.

The monarch attended an Adventist service at the Ethiopian Christian Brotherhood Church in London yesterday.

A crowd of people greeted him at the exit.

"As I waited with other members of the press for the monarch to arrive for the meeting at the prophetically named King's House community center in central London, I was nervous about the state of our sovereign. Will he be angry or upset? Will he check over the shoulder of Sussex supporters." armed with another volley of eggs?

Is it possible that there will be tears in his eyes?

But that was not the case.

The King was the same King Charles we have seen hundreds of times before, carrying out his royal duties with grace and coolness," express.co.uk reporter Charles Harrison wrote about the King.

It was a tribute to the interlocutor of His Majesty King Charles on a trip to the communication hub based at @KXChurch, which is a favorable support for people from all walks of life in this area.

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— Archbishop of Canterbury (@JustinWelby) December 9, 2022

On this day, the king looked elegant and wore a long dark coat, a snow-white shirt and a brightly printed tie.

His wife Queen Consort Camilla did not accompany him this time.

The reporter adds that time will tell whether Harry and Meghan's movie will eventually change people's attitude towards the monarchy, but after the king's outing yesterday, there is only one conclusion - the king is steadfast and fully focused on his duty.

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