UK: King Charles III addresses nation with emotional speech


Britain’s longest reigning Monarch passed away at 96 in Balmoral on Thursday. After the death of the Queen, her elder son Charles III takes over the throne. On Friday, King Charles pays tribute to her mother in his first speech after Queen’s death.

“Queen Elizabeth’s was a life well lived,” King Charles III said as he renewed his “darling Mama’s” promise of lifelong service,” said King Charles III.


In an expressive first address to the country, King Charles III praised his mother’s humour, warmth and capability to see the finest in people.

Prince and Princess of Wales will be announced to Prince William and Princess Katherine, and he expressed his love for Duke and Duchess Harry and Meghan.

The Speech of Prince Charles was broadcasted in remberence to the late Monarch. The speech of King Charles was attended by senior politicians and around 2,000 general public at St Paul’s Cathedral.

Since Charles became Monarch, it saw the first official rendition of the national anthem – God Save the King.

In his televised address, the Seventy-three-year-old Monarch said, “Her dedication and devotion towards the nation always motivated us through the tough times, and in happy and joyous times too”.

He announced he had made his son William the Prince of Wales, with his wife Catherine the Princess of Wales – the title last used by William’s mother, Diana.


And he expressed his “love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives overseas”.

Speaking about his wife Camilla, who became Queen after the death of the Monarch, King Charles III said that he knew his wife would do his duty with utmost devotion and dedication.

King acknowledged his life had now changed by saying he no longer has the same energy to give so much of his power and time to charities and issues.

King added that he would give his duties and responsibilities to trusted hands. Heir to the throne, Prince William will now take on the King’s former Scottish titles and responsibility for the Duchy of Cornwall.

Looking ahead to the Queen’s funeral, the King expressed his hope despite the sorrow felt around the nation and Commonwealth. People would “remember and draw strength from the light of her example”.

He concluded, saying, “And to my darling Mama, as you begin your last incredible journey to join my dear late Papa, I want to say thank you.

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