Death of Elizabeth II: Charles will be officially proclaimed King on Saturday morning
Charles III will be officially proclaimed king at a Council of Succession meeting in London on Saturday morning, Buckingham Palace said in a statement.
From Elizabeth II to Charles III. Charles will be officially proclaimed king at a Council of Successors meeting in London on Saturday morning, Buckingham Palace said in a statement. This Council will meet at 10am (local time) at St James’s Palace and the Proclamation will be read publicly from the balcony of this residence an hour later and then in all the provinces of the United Kingdom the following day.
A tribute by Liz Truss
At the same time, the British Prime Minister paid tribute to the late Queen in Parliament. She wanted to pay tribute to “one of the greatest leaders the world has ever known” and “the greatest diplomat” of the United Kingdom.
“Your words of wisdom have given us strength in the most difficult of times. In the darkest times of the pandemic, she has given us hope that we will meet again,” said the black-clad head of government before being received by King Charles III in the afternoon.
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