Picture courtesy of The Nation

In a latest social media put up, His Majesty the King’s second-eldest son, Vacharaesorn Vivacharawongse, stirred feelings as he shared a photograph from Suvarnabhumi Airport, declaring, “I’ve returned residence, as promised.”

The put up, which garnered over 25,000 likes and a flood of welcoming feedback from netizens, marks Vacharaesorn’s third journey to his homeland in lower than a 12 months.

Having spent 27 years overseas, Vacharaesorn, often called Than On by Thais, launched into his first go to to Thailand alongside his youthful brother, Chakriwat, on August 7 final 12 months.

The 42 12 months previous lawyer, based mostly in New York, made a poignant return on December 4 to partake in Father’s Day celebrations and discover numerous provinces earlier than bidding farewell on December 18 with a heartfelt promise:

“See you once more. #ThailandIloveyou #ileaveonlytoreturn”.

Sources near the royal household counsel that Than On could prolong his keep till April to revel within the festivities of the Songkran Pageant, Thailand’s conventional New Yr celebration, reported The Nation.

Hypothesis mounts as plans unfold for a future reunion, with the king’s different three sons residing within the US, Juthavachara, Chakriwat, and Vatchrawee, anticipated to affix Vacharaesorn on his subsequent go to to the dominion, a date but to be set.

In associated information, Sanam Luang in Bangkok not too long ago performed host to over 1 million Buddhists who congregated to venerate the relics of the Lord Buddha and his chief disciples, Sariputra and Moggallana. The Ministry of Tradition reported this mass gathering occurred between February 24 and March 3.

The Tradition Minister, Sermsak Pongpanich, revealed that roughly 100,000 Buddhists visited every day in the course of the nine-day show interval. The Indian authorities transferred the relics to Thailand to have fun His Majesty the King’s Sixth-cycle birthday, his 72nd, which can happen on July 28, and to look at Makha Bucha Day, on February 24.

In different information, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin ignited a nationwide fervour, urging Thai residents to pay homage to His Majesty the King’s 72nd birthday.

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