Charles III officially king of England: the images of his proclamation
© Screenshots Charles III officially king of England: the images of his proclamation is official! This Saturday, September 10, on the occasion of a ceremony at the Palais Saint-James in London, King Charles III was proclaimed new king of the United Kingdom after the death of his mother, the deceased queen Elizabeth II during the council of 'accession. Thursday September 8, Elizabeth II made her last breath.
in uniform together, including the controversial Prince Andrew (62): King Charles III. (73) With his three siblings on the dead guard for her late mother Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) in the Westminster Hall. Princess Anne (72), Prince Edward (58), scandal prince Andrew and the king positioned each other with their backs to the coffin, each of them stood with a lower head on one of the four sides. © Getty / Wpa Pool / Getty Images King Charles III. at the dead guard. Princess Anne can be recognized on the left, Prince Edward on the right. Prince Andrew was on the back.
for 15 minutes they pose in this pose to wake up over their mother one last time. If you were lucky, this symbolic ceremony was able to attend on site - but chance played a major role here: some people are said to have been up to 14 hours to arrive at the coffin of the Queen. As a result, only one handful of them saw the dead guard of his majesty and his three siblings.
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that Prince Andrew was allowed to do this in his military uniform was determined by the king himself and was understood as a unique exception to honor the Queen. The same applies to Prince Harry (38), who is known to have resigned from his obligations as a royal. In addition to Prince William (40) tomorrow (September 17th) he will take over the dead guard at the coffin of the grandmother for a quarter of an hour - and like his big brother, he can do so in uniform.
King Charles III. wants to give Charlotte title - his brother should actually get it .
King Charles III. wants to give Charlotte title - his brother should actually get it King Charles III. wants to modernize the monarchy by initiating austerity measures. This is what his brother Edward is particularly noticeable, who should actually get a title. Instead, Princess Charlotte should now receive him. London - King Charles III. (74) had long enough time to prepare for his role as a British regent.