Photos - Charles III acclaimed to Buckingham: the king greeted and embraced by the crowd
© Mok Yui/Pa Wire/Abaca Photos - Charles III acclaimed in Buckingham: the king greeted and embraced by the crowd after watching his deceased Mother at the Château de Balmoral, King Charles III took over London this Friday, September 9. Accompanied by his wife Camilla, the new monarch was acclaimed upon his arrival in Buckingham Palace. Barely out of his royal car, Charles III and Camilla were welcomed to the sound of the new hymn "God Save the King" , as noted our colleagues from France 24 .
© Lawson Danny/PA Photos/Abaca Charles III: two new dogs at Buckingham Palace (and these are not corgis)
Death of Elisabeth II on September 8, made millions of unfortunate people around the world. Among them, his two dogs, corgis named Muick and Sandy. After the death of the sovereign, her four -legged friends should return to Prince Andrew and her daughter, Princess Beatrice. His last had offered the puppies to the Queen on the death of Prince Philip. A move from Buckingham Palace therefore, where they will be replaced by two other dogs.
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Video - Charles III: Barely king, he escapes an assault!
© Agency / Bestimage Video - Charles III: Barely king, he escapes an assault! This Saturday, September 10, police intercepted a man who jumped over a security barrier while King Charles III was heading for the Buckingham Palace. Fortunately more fear than harm. This Saturday, September 10 was an eventful day for Charles. Only two days after The death of her mother , Queen Elizabeth II, He was proclaimed king in London , and just after, when he went to Buckingham Palace, he escaped the worst.
King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla are also the masters of two dogs who should move within the palace at the same time as them. Beth and Bluebell are two Jack Russels who had been adopted by Camilla Parker Bowles in a refuge: "They are family members, friends and companions always faithful and, like any other person passionate about dogs, I cannot Imagine life without them, "said Queen Consort at the" Express UK ".
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in October 2021, Camilla Parker Bowles and the Prince Charles had posed next to their animals on their Instagram account: "Bluebell and Beth, dogs rescued by The Duchess of Cornwall, are proud to reveal their Bandanas Wear Blue For Rescue as part of the new Battersea campaign. The rescue operation celebrates all the incredible pets who need a second chance. The Duchess adopted BlueBell and Beth of the house Battesea Dogs and cats, a charity operation which has made it possible to offer a home to more than three million animals since its creation in 1860. ”A good action for these royal dogs Who have already proven that they were ready to commit to a good cause.
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