King Charles-III: King Charles III will be officially declared King of Britain today. According to Indian time, at 2.30 pm St James’s Palace (St. James’s PalaceKing Charles will be officially announced as Britain’s new monarch at a meeting of the Accession Council. Earlier, Maharaja Charles III arrived at Buckingham Palace for the first time on Friday as the new monarch of Britain.
Actually, Prince Charles has returned to London with wife Camilla, where he met the new Prime Minister of Britain, Liz Truss. At the same time, the people of Britain were addressed like a king for the first time. In his address, King Charles took the oath of service for life, thanking his mother Elizabeth. Apart from this, he also met people present outside Buckingham Palace. Taking their condolences, he assured that he will also do his work like his mother Queen Elizabeth.
Queen’s Coffin at Holyrood, Scotland
Let us tell you, a special prayer meeting has been held in the cathedral for Queen Elizabeth. The Queen’s Coffin as part of Operation Unicorn, now Scotland’s residence HoliWill stay in Holyrood. According to the information, it will be brought to London after five days i.e. on 13th September. At the same time, today King Charles III will be declared king from the balcony of St. James’s Palace. The historic ceremony will take place at St James’s Palace in London in front of a ceremonial body known as the Accession Council. Let us tell you, it is made up of the members of the Privy Council.
More than 700 people can attend but…
It consists of a group of senior parliamentarians, past and present-day colleagues as well as some senior civil servants, the Commonwealth High Commissioners and the Lord Mayor of London. In principle, more than 700 people are entitled to participate in this function but the actual number is likely to be much less considering the short notice.
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