At 73, Charles is the oldest monarch yet to ascend the throne, following the death of his "cherished" mother at her remote Scottish estate on Thursday.
Charles automatically became King when his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, died on Thursday, but the accession ceremony is a key constitutional and ceremonial step in introducing the new monarch to the country.
With the death of Queen Elizabeth II, many iconic goods, symbols and titles will have to change. Coins, stamps and medals will no longer bear the Queen’s distinctive side profile, but that of her son and heir King Charles III. A new flag and coat of arms will be designed for the new monarch and the most famous
UAE President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan had aptly described Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away at Balmoral Castle in Scotland at the age 96 on Thursday, when he observed, “Her Majesty is a close friend of the UAE and a beloved & respected leader whose long reign was
The two couples, all dressed in mourning black, were seen together looking at the growing banks of flowers left at the gates of Windsor Castle since the queen's death on Thursday aged 96.
Charles and his wife Camilla, Queen Consort, exit the royal carriage just outside the gates of Buckingham Palace in an unexpected move on the way back to London from Balmoral Castle in Scotland, where the Queen died.
The queen has received three jabs of coronavirus vaccine.Both her eldest son Prince Charles and daughter-in-law Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall have also recently contracted COVID-19. Charles has since returned to work.
There are a lot of things going on in the news about which, I think, no one gives two hoots. Open any paper and the images of the British Royal Family are plastered all over the place. If it isn’t Prince Phillip being admitted into hospital, it’s the Prince
The Prince of Wales spoke to Chief Edward Sangris and Chief Fred Sangris in private about issues affecting indigenous people on his trip to see the Yellowknives Dene First Nation Leadership at the Chief Drygeese Government Building in Detta.
The future of the monarchy always comes into focus at moments such as this. Britain, a nation greatly troubled by all sorts of divisions; disfigured by what are often branded, “culture wars”, needs its unifying figures and forces more than ever.