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Several sovereigns, as well as Prince Charles and Princess Charlene of Monaco, shared their condolences following the death, this Sunday, of the former South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu .

Desmond Tutu avec la reine Elizabeth II le 4 juin 1999, la princesse Charlène de Monaco le 8 juillet 2011, et le roi Harald V et la reine Sonja de Norvège le 26 février 1998 © John Giles / Pool WPA / AFP - Anna Zieminski / Pool / AFP - Rodger Bosch / AFP Desmond Tutu with Queen Elizabeth II on 4 June 1999, Princess Charlene de Monaco on July 8, 2011, and King Harald V and The Queen Sonja de Norway on February 26, 1998

The former South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu was extinguished this Sunday, December 26, 2021 , at the age of 90 years. The same day, several European monarchs have shared the condolences they had addressed, following the death of this man whose fighting life, first against apartheid and for the reconciliation of his country and the defense of rights of man, earned him the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984.

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Elizabeth II remembers with their meetings

mentioning the deep sadness of the entire British family to the announcement of this new, Queen Elizabeth II entrusted: "I remember with tenderness of my meetings With him, his great warmth and his humor ". She added, "The loss of the Tutu Archbishop will be felt by the people of South Africa, and by so many people in Britain, Northern Ireland and throughout the Commonwealth, where he was held in Si high affection and esteem ". In a personal message, his eldest son, Prince Charles pointed out that his "bravery by denouncing the evil of apartheid and highlighting the threat of climate change was an inspiration for all of us."

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Factbox-Reaction to the death of South Africa's Desmond Tutu

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While King Harald V, on behalf of the Royal Family of Norway, wrote "Our thoughts go to the South African people who lost an important voice for Justice, and his loved ones who have lost a husband, a father and a grandfather, "the Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg expressed his condolences and that of his wife, the Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, to the President of the Republic of South Africa, for this one and the South African people. The monarch of the Grand Duchy pointed out: "We will remember the laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize Tutu as a man of an intelligence and an extraordinary integrity, an iconic spiritual leader and a rights activist of the Man, whose fierce fight against injustice helped to end apartheid.

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The Dutch court published a signed message from King Willem-Alexander from the Netherlands, his wife Queen Maxima and his mother, the former Queen Beatrix. "We cherish our memories of the Archbishop Desmond Tutu with gratitude," they indicated, evoking "his indestructible gaiety", his fight for justice and peace.

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South Africa: in Johannesburg, Tribute to Desmond Tutu in the Cathedral St Mary's

 South Africa: in Johannesburg, Tribute to Desmond Tutu in the Cathedral St Mary's © AFP - Luca Sola in the Anglican Cathedral St Mary's by Johannesburg, a tribute to Desmond Tutu is scheduled for 29 and 30 December 2021. l South Africa greets Desmond Tutu, disappeared on December 26 at 90, all this week. The funeral of the apartheid fighter are planned on Saturday, at the Cap's St George's Cathedral, where his ashes will be kept. Previously, many ceremonies take place throughout the country.

"He gave a voice to hope. His endearing personality and his distinctive smile have been a powerful force to seduce and help a lot of people find the path of reconciliation, "they concluded.

The message of the Charlene princess of Monaco, his compatriot

having long lived in South Africa, where his parents still reside and one of his brothers with his family, Princess Charlene de Monaco shared two photos showing the showing With Desmond Tutu on his Instagram account. The wife of Prince Albert II, who is currently convaled out of the Principality, accompanied them with a legend that she started with these words "My dear friend, you will miss you." "I know you are alongside our fathers," she continued, revealing that she will keep the good memories they shared and that the laughter of the old archbishop will remain in her heart forever.

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South Africa prepares to lay Desmond Tutu to rest .
The funeral for Tutu, who helped end apartheid in South Africa, will take place on Saturday.Tutu, a Nobel Peace Prize winner who helped end the racist regime in South Africa, died last Sunday aged 90.

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