King Charles III is flying to London. These are the first photos of the king after the queen's departure
Press reports still update Charles's steps as king.
A great celebration is being prepared for the announcement of Charles as King Charles III .
There will be a lot of media coverage over the weekend, thanks to the death of Queen Elizabeth II and its aftermath.
King Charles lands in London. He will remember these moments for the rest of his life
The plane landed at RAF Northolt in west London. King Charles will officially become King Charles III tomorrow. There is the first photo of the king after the death of his mother.
Tomorrow at 10:00 am in the state apartments of St. James, will be officially announced as the King of Great Britain, as announced by Buckingham Palace.
The statement reads:
The Accession Council will be followed by a General Proclamation, which will be read at 11:00 am from the balcony overlooking Friary Court in St. James.
The proclamation will be read by the Garter King of Arms in the company of the Earl Marshal, other arms officer and staff sergeant.
This is the first public reading of the Proclamation.
The second Proclamation is to be read at noon at the City of London at the Royal Exchange.
The next Proclamations are scheduled to be presented Sunday noon in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.
In proof of the acceptance and acceptance of the new Sovereign, the flags are to fly from full mast from the moment of reading the main proclamation in the Palace of St. James, up to one hour after the proclamations in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, followed by the flags returning to half-mast as a sign of mourning on the death of the king.
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