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Plaid Cymru leader pays tribute to the ‘true Queen’, following Senedd official opening

14 Oct 2021 1 minute Read
Adam Price with his mum

The leader of Plaid Cymru has paid tribute to the “true Queen” following the official opening the sixth Senedd term.

Adam Price MS shared a photo of him and his mum on social media, who he described as “the true Queen of our little family”.

Adam Price said: “Nice to change from my suit for official opening of 6th Senedd earlier, and even nicer to spend time with my mother- the true Queen of our little family! It was an honour to have you by my side.”

He was at the Senedd earlier today to meet the British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II as part of his role as the leader of Plaid Cymru. It was the monarch’s first visit to Wales for five years. She was accompanied by Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.

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Gill
Gill
7 days ago

This is not news, in fact it is embarrasing.

Y Cymro
Y Cymro
7 days ago
Reply to  Gill

If you mean. It was embarrassing that grown men & women were bowing & curtsying obediently like unworthy underlings when the six term of our Senedd Cymru was opened by an unelected passive Dictator. Would agree 100%.

Last edited 7 days ago by Y Cymro
Jill
Jill
5 days ago
Reply to  Y Cymro

The fact that this is classified news is pathetic. Nowt to do with queen. Man farts, man says happy bithday to wife, …. can we get some proper journalism, not tittle tattle off twitter

Y Cymro
Y Cymro
7 days ago

Some regard the Queen like a God because they are brainwashed fawning brown-nosers without a backbone.

I totally admire Plaid Cymru’s Adam Price who unlike them hasn’t prostrated himself, tongue handling out, and followed sheep-like the masses by showing blind loyality & deference to an unelected passive Dictator where he gallantly chose his mother as the most important person above any Germanic Queen. Da iawn Adam!

Grayham Jones
7 days ago

Kick all English Royals out of wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 stop being little Englanders and be proud to be welsh start fighting for your children and grandchildren future in wales it’s time for a new wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

Steve Duggan
Steve Duggan
6 days ago

Sad really. I’ve nothing against the Queen or Prince Charles as individuals but the monarchy’s influence over Wales has to end. Upon independence, we can choose whether we want the Queen as head of state or not but whichever way we vote she has to be heavily taxed on the land and property she owns in Wales.

Andrew Redman
Andrew Redman
6 days ago

1. Listen to the people of Wales who vote for you and want to support you and not the British immigrants who will never support you and never vote for you. Speak to the people who have left and ask them “how have we failed you?”. The not so “veiled” condemnation of QE11 by Adam Price seems at odds with the above statement. People that have voted for Plaid whether they are “British Immigrants” or Welsh born and bred ,would have expected that support to be reciprocated? Sadly not the case when it involves his own Council’s behaviour. Here you… Read more »

Sion Cwilt
Sion Cwilt
6 days ago
Reply to  Andrew Redman

It might actually help if you explained what on earth you are on about. Your diatribe doesn’t make any sense.

Andrew Redman
Andrew Redman
6 days ago
Reply to  Sion Cwilt

Adam Price obviously has little time for the Queen . Is that because she is not Welsh? His mother is English. My father in law was Welsh born and bred ,a proud Welshman. Why denigrate anyone because of where they were born? If you knew anything about Carmarthen Council and the actions of it’s Plaid Leader you “might” possibly understand my comments? He is quite happy to rightly denounce publically any politician who lies. When it comes to the Plaid leader of his own Council, he is unwilling to publically condemn him.This is NOT acceptable. If you think it is,… Read more »

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