Britain’s new king’s first address probable today
The British king’s first address since the death of the queen is expected today. King Charles III will deliver a tribute to the Queen.
Queen Elizabeth II, who ruled the United Kingdom for 70 years, died yesterday at the age of 96 in Belmoral. With the news of the Queen’s death, Britain has been plunged into mourning.
With the death of the Queen of Great Britain, the rule of the United Kingdom immediately passed.
without ceremony to her successor and former Prince of Wales Charles.
The 73-year-old British monarch is expected to address the public in London on Friday paying tribute to the Queen.
As the king, his inaugural address which had already been recorded, was not released immediately after the queen’s death.
It should be noted that the plan for the ten-day funeral of the queen was prepared years ago.
the title of the king is also included in the plan.
The new king is now expected to make his first address on Friday alongside Prime Minister Liz Truss.
On the occasion, he will also announce a period of mourning for the royal family.
which will be observed only by the royal family. staff of the royal family.
representatives of the royal family on official duties and soldiers on ceremonial duties. It is likely to continue for a month.
While the UK government has officially announced 10 days of mourning.
limited business will be conducted in the UK during this time.
On this occasion, a gun salute will also be given in tribute to the Queen.
the number of salutes will be equal to the Queen’s life.
the Tower of London. an ancient royal castle on the River Thames.
while church bells will ring and the British flag will fly at half-mast at other locations.
including Westminster Abbey, St Paul’s Cathedral and Windsor Castle.
Zutters and other senior ministers will attend a public memorial service in St Paul’s.
while the British Parliament will hold a two-day special tribute to the Queen.