Prince Charles has written a heartfelt message in the theme of 'hope' this Easter, on behalf of The British Royal Family.
While The Queen usually does a Christmas message, The Prince of Wales has taken on this holiday's celebrations as apart of a personal message to the public.
"I have always felt that the words we hear at Christmas come into their own at Easter," the 70-year-old began.
Prince Charles continued to outline the Christchurch mosque attack in New Zealand last month,
"Already this year we have seen some terrible deeds of darkness... There are times when it can feel as if the light has gone out of the world and darkness reigns," he said.
The full message was published in the UK newspaper The Telegraph and also referenced London's knife crime epidemic, asking for the violence to stop.
"Recently, Prince Harry and I brought together some of those who have been affected by knife crime to see what more could be done to tackle this pervasive horror," he said.
"Listening to those who have suffered from such attacks filled us both with immense sadness."
"But their remarkable determination to move forward and address the causes of such crime and to find solutions was, for me, yet another example of the light shining in the darkness."
Then Prince Charles takes a personal tone of voice, "Throughout my own life, it has been a humbling experience to meet and to listen to people who have suffered the most terrible personal tragedies.
"The way they have grieved and turned their grief into action to help others in the most extraordinary way is an example of the light overcoming the darkness."
The heir-to-the-throne added that the holiday is a reminder of "timeless and universal values of forgiveness and reconciliation" and says "Easter gives us hope" - hope for light in the world and new beginnings.
The heartfelt Easter message comes before the Royal family are expecting their newest little arrival of baby Sussex any day.
WATCH RELATED VIDEO: Baby Sussex kicks for the first time