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CHARLES WILL ASCEND THE BRITISH THRONE FOR ENTIRE LIFE

Charles is on the throne after Elizabeth. On the one hand, the great grief of losing a mother.  Meanwhile, following the tradition of the royal family, Prince of Wales Charles is the king of Britain. He is the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth-II. After the death of the Queen, Charles will sit on the British throne at the age of 73. Elizabeth-II was the Queen of Britain for seven long decades.  She spent her summer vacation at Balmoral Palace in Scotland. She died there.  Her four sons and daughters reached Scotland after hearing about the queen's illness.  Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.  Charles' two sons, Prince William and Harry, arrived in Scotland after receiving news of the Queen's illness.

 

After the death of Queen Elizabeth-lI, Buckingham Palace issued a statement of mourning. The statement was issued by the King. "This is a moment of deep sadness for me and all members of my family," King Charles said in a statement.

 

 Prince Charles, the eldest of Queen Elizabeth-II's four children, was born on November 14, 1948.  Then Princess Anne was born on August 15, 1950. The Queen's third child, Prince Andrew, was born on 19 February 1960.  And the fourth child, Prince Edward, was born on March 10, 1964. Charles is the King of Britain and 14 Commonwealth countries in line with royal family tradition. He was Prince of Wales from 26 July 1958.  He has been the Prince of Wales for the longest time in the British royal family.  This time his eldest son Prince William will be Prince of Wales.  And Charles' wife Camilla will be Queen Consort.  Charles will be crowned King in a ceremony at St James's Palace in London. However, the date of the event has not been announced yet.  However, it is known that Charles's coronation is a definite date, tradition will follow.  Not only that, elaborate rituals will be followed.  Which has been following the long tradition of the royal family.  And now the people of that country are looking at that. However, the country's flag was flown at half-mast when the news of the queen's death spread.  Many people are gathering in front of Buckingham Palace.  Some are praying and some are saying goodbye to the queen with tears in their eyes.