Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on September 8, Charles has become the King of England. The nation is presently mourning its longest reigned monarch, who died at the age of 96. Prince Charles, who is 73-years-old, will be crowned the king in a traditional ceremony dating back to hundreds of years. Charles has his own set of challenges coming up, as Scotland is pressing for independence.
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Queen Elizabeth II, who ruled Britain for over 70 years, passed away on the night of September 8, in Balmoral, Scotland. Crowned in 1953, Queen Elizabeth II, surpassed her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria, in monarch and was the longest serving British Monarch. In Buckingham, a rainbow appeared in the sky, and England citizens are weeping over the demise of their queen. Moreover, Elizabeth's eldest son Charles succeeded as King.
Queen Elizabeth II will attend the Remembrance Day ceremony at the Cenotaph in London on November 14, her first in-person public engagement since being recommended to rest following a night in the hospital last month. Reportedly, the queen will be witnessing the service from the Foreign Office balcony in downtown London, with Prince Charles laying tribute on her behalf. The queen was sent to hospital for "preliminary investigations" into an… read-more
The members of the British royal family including Prince Charles, Camilla, Prince William, and Kate Middleton joined Daniel Craig, Lea Seydoux, and the cast of “No Time to Die” on the red carpet for the world premiere of the latest Bond film on September 28. After repeated delays due to the pandemic, a spectacular event commemorated the film's premiere. On September 30, the film will be released in UK theatres.
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British Royal Prince Charles' charity 'The British Asian Trust' has pledged to help India against COVID-19. Charles stated he has "great love for India" and was "deeply saddened" for the country. The charity is raising funds, under its emergency appeal "Oxygen for India", to buy concentrators to tackle the oxygen deficiency. Charles' official Twitter handle wrote, "As India has helped others, so now we must help India".
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