King Charles III got a kiss from a random woman among the crowd during his first day as United Kingdom’s King. He arrived in London along with his wife, Camilla on Friday following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Who Kissed King Charles III?
King Charles III was kissed by a random woman at Buckingham Palace. Well, after hearing this, the same question pops up in everyone’s mind. Who was that woman? Why she kissed King Charles?
The woman who kissed King Charles III while he was shaking hands and talking with the crows at the Palace was Jenny Assiminios. Everyone was praising him and telling him to be strong while Jenny was quite forward and offered him a kiss.
King Charles III arrived in London on Friday just after the death of his beloved mother. As we know, she died at the age of 96 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.
Furthermore, King Charles was before Prince Charles but the rule of the royal family is to pass the throne to the upcoming generation. Therefore, Prince Charles became King after Queen Elizabeth’s death.
However, people are expecting the same thing from the King which Queen Elizabeth II gave to all the people of the UK.
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Just after showing his appearance at Buckingham Palace, King greeted each and every member of the crowd who gathered there to give respect to their new King.
Following this, Charles shook hands with the people and thanked everyone who gave him support for his monarch. Meanwhile, Jenny kissed her in his approval and also stated in an interview with CNN,
“I have seen him in front of me. I couldn’t believe it and I said to him, ‘May I kiss you?’ He said ‘Well, yes,’ so I grabbed him and I was very happy.”
Further, she also added,
“Thank you, God, for letting me see him and kiss him.”
@skynewsKing Charles is welcomed with tears, cheers and a kiss as he greeted crowds outside Buckingham Palace and viewed tributes left for the Queen with Queen Consort Camilla♬ original sound – Sky News
Also, check out<<Kate Middleton shared about her little son, Prince Louis’ heartfelt message after hearing the death news of his great-grandmother!
“I love the Royal Family. Always I am watching them, buying souvenirs from [when] they are small babies to growing up.”
“He looked sad. I said, ‘sorry for your loss.'”
“My late husband was from Greece and Prince Phillip was from Greece.”
“He’s lovely. He’s perfect. I’m always liking him.”
Apart from this King Charles also gave tribute to his late mother saying,
“I speak to you today with feelings of profound sorrow. Throughout her life, Her Majesty The Queen – my beloved Mother – was an inspiration and example to me and to all my family, and we owe her the most heartfelt debt any family can owe to their mother; for her love, affection, guidance, understanding, and example.”
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“In 1947, on her 21st birthday, she pledged in a broadcast from Cape Town to the Commonwealth to devote her life, whether it be short or long, to the service of her people. That was more than a promise: it was a profound personal commitment that defined her whole life. She made sacrifices for duty.”
“Her dedication and devotion as Sovereign never wavered, through times of change and progress, through times of joy and celebration, and through times of sadness and loss.”