King Charles III returned back to London with his wife, Camilla after his mother, Queen Elizabeth’s death on Thursday. He left Balmoral Castle via private jet with Queen Consort Camilla.
King Charles III is sad as well as shocked like all the people in the world. He appeared somber as he was seen in London after one day after Queen Elizabeth’s death.
As we all know, the queen passed away on September 8, Thursday. On Friday, King Charles III arrived in London with his beloved wife as well. He was there at the Balmoral Castle on a side of his mother after hearing that Queen’s condition is getting worse.
Additionally, talking about King Charles and Camilla they were spotted taking off from a private jet. They heard towards a luxury Rolls-Royce that featured his royal insignia on top.
Similarly, King Charles III was also seen at Aberdeen airport with a dull face because of the Queen’s death.
However, after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles became King Charles III and with the name added the responsibility. We know that Queen Elizabeth II rule the United Kingdom for 70 years after her father’s demise.
Despite the grief, King had to do his duty and be there for all the citizens of his nation. Likewise, it is heard that the packed schedule was set for King Charles III.
As the sources announced that the Queen’s coffin will lie in the Palace of Holyroodhouse for the weekend. other Charles and his wife Camilla arrived in London as per the schedule. King Charles III met the Prime Minister of the UK, Liz Truss.
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On September 8, Thursday it is the black day for all the people in the world. As Queen Elizabeth died at Buckhingham Palace peacefully after ruling for 70 years. For giving her a tribute, thousands of mourners gathered. Outside the Palace, numerous flowers and notes for the dedication of the Queen and people are expressing their love. On the other hand, King Charles shook hands with the citizens at the moment.
However, Charles is not officially named King until Saturday morning. Though, the author of “The Palace Papers,” Tina Brown stated,
“I actually think he’s going to come into his own. I think he’s going to be a good king.”
As many people believe that Charles will take good care of the citizen just like his mother. We know very much that Queen Elizabeth was not only the queen but she was one of the world’s most enduring and instantly recognizable personalities. When the Royal family tweeted about Queen’s death everyone was shocked as well as shattered hearing the saddest news. As the Royal family stated,
“The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow.”
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For more details, read<<End of an Era! Queen Elizabeth II died peacefully in Balmoral Castle, the United Kingdom after 70 long years of Monarch
More about Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth is more than a queen to the women of the United Kingdom. She is also the source of inspiration to many women out there. Seeing the crowds at Buckingham Palace, we can clearly notice the mothers and daughters who came to give condolence to kate Queen. Besides, one of the mothers told to CBS News,
“It’s a great inspiration for me, for my child.”
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All the mothers described how good and proud the moment was to have a woman reign for so long. Not only one but several women and their daughters arrived at Buckhingham Palace to lay flowers and notes. Furthermore, a mother stated,
“When we found the news out yesterday, the little ones were uncontrollably crying. A great loss. And obviously, even in their generation, in their lifetime, we’re probably never going to see a queen again.”
Moreover, the third woman who is also a mother said,
“It’s like someone that’s always been there, like a grandma. That anything’s possible, isn’t it?”
We are deeply saddened after hearing about the demise of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday.