The king automatically took the title upon the death of the queen, so the ceremony at St. James's Palace was a tribute to tradition. It was attended by the first persons of the state, including Prince William and Liz Truss (max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >
Charles III officially became the King of Great Britain after this status was approved by the Council of Succession, which met on Saturday at St. James's Palace in London, according to the Independent.
The Council of Succession included members of the Privy Council, which consists of the Queen's advisers— the most respected and experienced former and current politicians. There are about 700 of them, but about 200 people took part in the ceremony. The Council of Succession approved Charles III as king, after which the first persons of the state signed the corresponding proclamation.
Among those who put their signatures were the king's son William, who received the title of Prince of Wales the day before and became the official heir, his wife Charles III— Queen Consort Camilla Parker-Bowles, newly appointed Lord President of the Council (Heads the Privy Council) Penny Mordaunt, Prime Minister Liz Truss.
Charles III himself was not present at this part of the ceremony. However, as part of the second part, he will take an oath, as well as approve orders that will ensure the succession of the government.
Former British Prime Ministers also attended the ceremony of the Council of Succession— Boris Johnson, Theresa May, David Cameron and Tony Blair.
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A ten-day mourning for the deceased Queen Elizabeth II continues in Britain. She died Thursday afternoon at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Shortly before this, doctors expressed concern about her state of health and recommended that she remain under observation
After the death of her mother, 73-year-old Prince Charles automatically became king, taking the name Charles III. The ceremony at St. James's Palace was purely formal and ceremonial.
On the evening of September 9, Charles made his first address to the people, in which he called the queen a source of inspiration and an example for him and him families. The new king also promised to serve the British people until the end of his days and defend the constitutional principles of the state.
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