coronation of king charles

London. Maharaja Charles III has been officially crowned. On Saturday, in a historic ceremony of the ‘Accession Council’, Maharaja Charles III was declared the new King of Britain. For the first time the ceremony was televised live and the British people saw the coronation of their Maharaja. The last time Queen Elizabeth II was crowned before this was in 1951, and then there was no broadcast service on television. Significantly, on September 8, Queen Elizabeth died at the age of 96.

The 73-year-old former Prince of Wales was crowned after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. He became Prince of Wales in 1969. After becoming his king, now his eldest son Prince William has been made Prince of Wales. Keep in mind that the Prince of Wales is the successor of the King or Queen of Britain. However, on Saturday, a ceremony was held at St James’s Palace in London to formally announce the coronation and take his oath.

During this, Maharaj Charles III said on the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth – the whole world sympathizes with me for the irreparable loss that we all have suffered. My mother set an example of lifelong love and selfless service. My mother’s reign was unmatched in dedication and loyalty. He also praised his wife and said- I am extremely encouraged by my wife’s continued support.

King Charles III attended the ceremony with his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, and their son and successor Prince William. Prince William is the new Prince of Wales. Prince Harry, the second son of King Charles III, was also invited, but was told he would attend the ceremony without his wife, Meghan Markle. Significantly, Harry and Megan leave the UK and live in Canada. However, in another development, Britain’s new Prime Minister Liz Truss and senior parliamentarians took the oath of office to King Charles III in the House of Commons, the lower house of parliament.

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