Queen Elizabeth II dies, Charles III becomes the new king, crowds at Buckingham Palace

Queen Elizabeth II dies, Charles III becomes the new king, crowds at Buckingham Palace

Queen Elizabeth II died at the age of 96 at the Scottish residence Balmoral, where she had recently retired. The announcement was made in the late afternoon of 8 September, after a long series of rumors about his health status. It remained in office for 70 years, the longest reign in the history of the Crown. His 73-year-old son Carlo has succeeded his wife, Camilla, as queen consort. The new ruler of the United Kingdom will be known as King Charles III and will deliver his first sovereign speech tomorrow, 9 September.

“The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon – announced Buckingham Palace – The King and the Queen’s wife will remain at Balmoral tonight and return to London tomorrow”. His last public appearance was in handing over with the new British Prime Minister, Liz Truss.

Britain must unite to support King Charles III and give “loyalty and devotion”. So Prime Minister Liz Truss called on the new ruler to speak for the nation from Downing Street, ending her speech with the phrase “God save the king”.

Royal Family in Balmorley

Charles accompanied his wife Camilla to the Scottish residence of Balmoral to be close to Queen Elizabeth. Prince William, 73, the eldest son of Charles and the new heir to the throne, also left London to reach Scotland. His younger brother Harry, Duke of Sussex, arrived in the evening without his wife Meghan.

All 4 of Queen Elizabeth’s children were at her bedside at the Scottish residence in Balmoral, following news of their deteriorating condition. After the heir to the throne Charles, who arrived first with his wife Camilla, Prince Anna, Andrea and Edoardo also arrived, the second, third and fourth children of the sovereign and deceased Prince Philip. Edoardo is accompanied by his wife Sophie, who in recent years has been a very close daughter-in-law of Elizabeth II. Also confirmed the arrival of Prince William and Harry without Meghan. The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, William’s wife, is also absent. Kensington Palace said the couple’s children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, are on their first days at the new school.

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