King Charles III's moving words about Queen Elizabeth II. “She was an example of the greatest service”
King Charles III honored his mother's memory.
As the portal “Wirtualna Polska” reminds us, on Thursday, September 8, Elizabeth II, who had been sitting on the British throne for 7 decades, passed away. The new king, Charles III, arrived at the Palace of Westminster in London, where his condolences were expressed by members of the House of Lords and the House of Commons. In the process, the new ruler indulged in a few words about his mother.
The House of Commons and the House of Lords express their condolences
King Charles III appeared in the oldest hall of the Palace of Westminster in London, where members of the House of Lords and House of Commons gathered to express condolences to the new ruler on the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.
“I am deeply indebted to those words of affection that embrace so well who our queen was and what she meant to us all,” said the new ruler of Great Britain. King Charles III emphasized that everyone had gathered to remember his mother's enormous contribution to the work for the British.
“She was an example of the greatest service that I am willing to carry with God with God's help,” stressed King Charles III.
Preparations for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II
This Wednesday, the coffin with the body of Queen Elizabeth II will be on display in the Palace of Westminster in London. The delivery will be at 5 pm and will remain there until Monday, September 19, 6:30 am.
The coffin is to remain closed. It will be placed on a special catafalque. According to the information provided by the authorities, the Palace, where the coffin will be placed, will be open for 24 hours, so that all those who wish have a chance to say goodbye to the queen who ruled the United Kingdom for 70 years.
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