September 26, 2022

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Britain's King Charles III, back to the camera, greets well-wishers as he walks past the gates of Buckingham Palace after the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday in London, Friday, September 9, 2022. King Charles III, who spent most of his time.  73 years in preparation for the role, it was planned to meet the Prime Minister and address a nation grieving over the only British monarch most of the world has known.  He takes the throne in an age of uncertainty for his country and the monarchy itself.

Funeral date set for September 19th

King Charles III was officially declared king on Saturday, hours before Buckingham Palace announced that Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral would take place on September 19.

The accession ceremony at St James’s Palace in London officially marks a new era in British rule following the death of Queen Elizabeth on Thursday.

Although Charles automatically became king after his mother’s death, he was officially announced as Britain’s new king on Saturday in a party steeped in ancient tradition and political symbolism – and was broadcast live for the first time.

David White, Garter’s King of Arms, made the king’s proclamation official while surrounded by trumpeters in gold-adorned robes before leading chants – “Hip, hip, hooray!” – For the new king.

After the announcement ended, Buckingham Palace announced the official date and plan for the official funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, which will be preceded by her coffin, which will lie in the state for four days to offer condolences to the public.

Here’s the latest news from Saturday’s royal celebration, details of the upcoming funeral and key moments of what happened after the death of Queen Elizabeth.

Britain's King Charles III, back to the camera, greets well-wishers as he walks past the gates of Buckingham Palace after the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday in London, Friday, September 9, 2022. King Charles III, who spent most of his time.  73 years in preparation for the role, it was planned to meet the Prime Minister and address a nation grieving over the only British monarch most of the world has known.  He takes the throne in an age of uncertainty for his country and the monarchy itself.

Queen Elizabeth’s funeral set for September 19

The state funeral for Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, will take place on September 19 in Westminster Abbey, according to a statement from Buckingham Palace on Saturday.

For four days before the funeral, the Queen will lie in Westminster Hall for the public to visit and pay respects. Services will also mark the last seven days of royal mourning, which began on Friday.

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