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Britain has approved a multi-million celebration to put a heavy hat on the man who put the cost-of-living crisis right.
Across the UK, be it a fisherman from Aberdeen, a shipwoman in Belfast, or a single mother in Birmingham, Britons are happy to celebrate for three days one of the world’s richest men paid for by their taxes.
“Honestly, after the simplicity and ease of a global pandemic, the cost of living has been a thorn in my side,” said Kelly Howard, who works two minimum wage jobs.
“I am unable to buy fresh food, rent, the heat has not worked since Christmas, and the children are dressed in rags, and it makes me feel a little sorry for myself.
“But when King Charles III came rolling through the Mall in his golden carriage with all these gorgeous colored soldiers, I suddenly realized that it was not the NHS or Social Care that needed funding, but he and his lovely family. Especially Andrew.
“Watching them move between the crowns, each more elaborately jeweled than the last, tugged my mind off the black mold that crept up every wall. Tradition, queenship, sheer historical significance, all made me feel light. Or it could be hunger.”
She added, “What a fine occasion, and a day off now! Except for me. I work in retail and pay more than my salary in childcare.”