King Charles is “deeply concerned” by the flooding in New Zealand and offers his heartfelt condolences.

King Charles is “deeply concerned” by the flooding in New Zealand and offers his heartfelt condolences.

King Charles has written a letter to all those affected by the recent floods in New Zealand. He wrote: “I have followed with the greatest concern the news of the flooding and severe weather affecting several areas in Aotearoa New Zealand.

“My wife and I send our deepest condolences to the families of those who lost their lives, and our hearts go out to the many others whose lives have been terribly affected by the events.

“I have always admired the strength and ingenuity of New Zealanders, and I send my thoughts and prayers to everyone who supports response and recovery efforts to help people repair or restore their homes, businesses and lives.”

The King, who is New Zealand’s head of state, ended his letter with a sentence in Maori, which read: “Kia Kaha, Kia Maya, Kia Manuanui.”

Its translation means: “Be strong, be brave, be steadfast.”

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