the differences with the proclamation

the differences with the proclamation
the differences with the proclamation
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Death of Queen Elizabeth II

Today, Saturday 10 September, the heir to the throne Charles III will be proclaimed King with the name he has chosen. The official coronation, on the other hand, will take place at least 3 months after the funeral of Elizabeth II.

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Death of Queen Elizabeth II

Today the successor of Queen Elizabeth will be proclaimed King with the name he has chosen: Charles III. It is actually a mere formality: after the death of Elizabeth II, in fact, Carlo immediately welcomed the Crown not to leave the vacant seat. Despite this, England will keep the city mourning for at least three months before the official ceremony. A form of respect for the sovereign who died at 96, but also the time to prepare for the event.

The same thing happened with the coronation of Elizabeth II, proclaimed Queen on February 6, 1952 but officially crowned only a year later. Charles will be crowned in Westminster Abbey and the ceremony will be held by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.

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In the meantime, King Charles III has already given his first speech as a sovereign yesterday evening, 9 September. The heir to the throne remembered his mother who died on September 8, his father Philip and his sons William and Harry. The King made it clear that Harry and his wife Meghan they will continue to live their lives in Americawhile the eldest son William will assume the title of Duke of Cornwall and Prince of Wales.

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The proclamation scheduled for today, Saturday 10 September, will be held in the palace of Saint James, in London. Privy Council members such as high-profile parliamentarians, Commonwealth civil servants and the Mayor of London will also be in attendance. About 700 people can attend the proclamation, but given the short notice of such an event, far fewer citizens are able to access.

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The official coronation of Charles III will take place only after the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth. According to the Guardian, the funeral will be held next September 19 after the closure of the funeral home. The subjects will be able to pay their last respects to the Queen’s body for about four days before her burial in the Memorial Chapel of King George VI.


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