© Reuters. King Charles III delivers a speech to the nation and the Commonwealth from Buckingham Palace, London, following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday. Date taken: Friday, September 9, 2022. Yui Mok / Pool via REUTERS
By Michael Holden and Kate Holton
LONDON (Reuters) – King Charles on Saturday pledged to follow his late mother’s example as he was officially declared Britain’s new monarch in a ceremony featuring a beauty pageant, a centuries-old tradition , the sound of the trumpet and the cry of “Christ the King”.
The death of 96-year-old Queen Elizabeth on Thursday after 70 years on the throne is laid in the train https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/britains-king-charles-address-nation-mourning-2022- 09-09 long-established and well-choreographed plans for national mourning and national mourning will be held in just over a week.
Charles, 73, is an instant success https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/process-by-which-charless-accession-throne-is-formalized-2022-09-08 his mother but one The Accession Council met at St James’s – the most senior royal palace in Great Britain built for Henry VIII in the 1530s – to declare him king on Saturday.
The council – formed by Pristine Advisers who served as a centuries-old adviser to the king – included his son and heir William, his wife Camilla and Britain’s new prime minister, Liz Truss, who signed the proclamation. his father joined him.
Six former prime ministers, senior bishops and a host of politicians cried out “Christ the King” as the announcement passed.
Charles https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/challenges-facing-britains-new-king” -charles-2022-09-10 said.
“As I assume these responsibilities, I will strive to follow the inspiring example I have been set forth in upholding constitutional government and seeking peace, harmony and prosperity among the peoples of the world.” these islands as well as of territories and commonwealths around the world.”
Then, on the Manifesto Gallery, a balcony above the Sixth Court of St James’s Palace, King of Arms Garter, David White, along with others in yellow and red badge costumes read the Main Declaration. , when the trumpet sounded.
Soldiers in traditional scarlet uniforms shouted “hips, hips, hurdles” as White called for three cheers for the king.
Tracking down, a few hundred people were allowed into the court, including small children on their parents’ shoulders, a woman holding flowers and elderly people riding on mobile scooters. Many people capture the moment on their smartphones.
Charles is the 41st king in its line of descent from the Norman King William the Conqueror, who seized the English throne in 1066. Saturday’s events mirror the proclamations proclaiming the kings. New kings and queens date back hundreds of years.
This was the first televised declaration of a monarch. And for most Britons, this was the first event of their lives because Elizabeth was the only monarch they had ever known. Charles herself was 3 years old when she became queen in 1952.
Following the events at St James’s, a military band led soldiers, messengers and men in ceremonial dress carrying standard and wheel, through the Old City of London to the Royal Exchange, The capital’s first purpose-built commercial center dates back to 1566, where the manifesto was reread.
The announcement is also set to be sent to other UK capital cities – Edinburgh in Scotland, Belfast in Northern Ireland and Cardiff in Wales.
The death of Elizabeth, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, has spurred a wave of dedication across the globe. Buildings and landmarks in Europe, America and Africa have been lit in UK red, white and blue.
In parliament, lawmakers lined up to swear allegiance to the new king, led by Speaker of the House Lindsay (NYSE: Hoyle, and with Truss as one of the first.
“I swear to God almighty, that I will be allegiance and true allegiance to King Charles His Majesty, his heirs and successors according to the law, so help me with God,” the oath speak.
People began to gather again on Saturday outside the royal palaces, with thousands flocking to Buckingham Palace to pay their respects.
Outside Balmoral Castle, the queen’s summer residence deep in the Scottish highlands where she died, a line of flower-droppers stretched for more than 500 yards (460 m).
In the early afternoon, the queen’s three young children – Anne, Andrew and Edward – and their children went to a nearby church before they checked the messages among the flowers and thanked the crowd for their support. bronze.
Princess Eugenie, one of Prince Andrew’s daughters, was seen wiping away tears and hugging her father.
“It was a very emotional, very heartfelt moment,” said Ian Smith, a local businessman standing in front of the barriers. “It’s really special that they come to acknowledge us and we can show them our support.”
Charles is king and head of state not only of Great Britain but also of 14 other kingdoms including Australia, Canada, Jamaica, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
‘BENDER OF THE COUNTRY’
Britain has declared a period of mourning until national mourning for Elizabeth, who was once described by her grandson Harry as “the nation’s grandmother”.
A date for that has yet to be announced but is expected over a week-long period, and Charles has announced https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/king-charles-approves-bank-holiday -day-state -tang-2022-09-10 on Saturday that it will be a holiday.
Leaders from around the world are expected to be in London for the funeral, including US President Joe Biden, who said he would attend on Friday.
Charles’ coronation as king will take place at a later date – and the timing for that is still unclear. There was a 16-month gap between Elizabeth becoming queen and her coronation in 1953.
Charles has made his eldest son William, 40, the new Prince of Wales, a title that has belonged to him for more than 50 years and is traditionally held by the heir to the throne.
William’s wife Kate became Princess of Wales, a role eventually held by the late Princess Diana.
FEMALE IN THE PAST?
Elizabeth, the oldest and longest-serving head of state in the world, ascended the throne upon the death of her father King George VI on February 6, 1952, when she was 25 years old.
Over the decades, she witnessed a terrifying change in the social, political and economic structure of her nation. She has won much praise for modernizing the monarchy during her long reign, despite intense media scrutiny and her often-publicized family.
Charles, who polls suggest is less popular than his mother, is now tasked with securing the organization’s future.
Graham Smith, head of Republicans against the monarchy, said: “While we recognize that many are reflecting on the loss of the queen, Britain needs a debate about the future of the monarchy. monarchy after King Charles ascended the throne,” said Graham Smith, head of the Republican group against the monarchy.
While Elizabeth was on the throne, the bad reputations of the republican party sometimes surfaced, but the affection and respect she enjoyed meant there was never any serious threat to the monarchy. . Now, Republicans hope the end of the 1,000-year-old institution may be a step closer.