From the national anthem to banknotes and coins, stamps and passports, many aspects of everyday life in the United Kingdom will change with Charles III’s accession to the throne. For example, the new monarch’s face will begin to appear on coins and banknotes of the UK and other countries around the world, replacing the profile of Queen Elizabeth II. Your image also appears on other currencies used in the Eastern Caribbean, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
Elizabeth II’s face will also appear on the stamps, while the letters EIIR for Elizabeth II Regina will appear on all mailboxes, which are to be replaced. The police helmet badge will also change.
The famous British national anthem becomes “God Save the King”, a masculine version of the lyrics. The names of “His Majesty’s Government”, Treasury and Customs will change from “His Majesty’s” to “His Majesty’s”.
Letters and celebrities Queen Elizabeth II of England died yesterday at the age of 96. actress Helen Mirren, who played Elizabeth in the 2006 biopic “The Queen,” was “proud to be Elizabethan.” “With or without a crown, we mourn a woman who was the epitome of aristocracy,” said the English translator.
Musician and singer Elton John, who has a lavish home a stone’s throw from Windsor Castle, said he was “deeply saddened” by the Queen’s death. “He was an inspiring presence to be around and led the country through our biggest and darkest moments with grace, dignity and genuine warmth,” she wrote on Instagram. Elton John He was knighted by the Queen in 1998, months after singing a reworked version of “Candle in the Wind” at the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales.
For your part Mick Jagger, the leader of the Rolling Stones, mourned the loss of someone who had been his whole life. “During my childhood, I remember watching their wedding highlights on television. I remember her as a beautiful young lady, the nation’s most loved grandmother too,” he said.
and ex-Beatle Paul McCartney, was knighted by Elizabeth in 1997 and performed at her Diamond Jubilee in 2012, paying tribute to her and her son Charles, who succeeded her to the throne. “God bless Queen Elizabeth II… Long live the King,” he tweeted.
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In a brief statement, Chinese President Xi Jinping sent on Friday His “sincere condolences to the Royal Family, the Government and the British people” following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. “On behalf of the Government and People of China, Xi Jinping expressed his deepest condolences”, the CCTV signal reported.
“His passing is a great loss to the British people. Xi Jinping emphasized that he is giving more importance Looking forward to working with King Charles III to promote the development of China-UK relations and promote healthy and stable bilateral relations.”, highlighting the text to be completed.
Elizabeth’s funeral will take place 10 days after her death. More precisely on September 18. Like the monarch’s coronation, it is expected to take place at Westminster Abbey, making it the first sovereign to be laid to rest there since 1760.
The event is attended by leaders from all over the world. Minutes after the event, Elizabeth II will be buried in St. George’s Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle. It contains the remains of her father, King George VI, her sister, Princess Margaret, and her late husband, Prince Philip.
Three days after his death -Sunday-, The Queen’s coffin will be taken to St Giles Cathedral in Scotland and will remain there for at least 24 hours so that Scottish residents and people from around the world can pay their respects.
The best symbolic moment of the Ascendant will be the coronation, because of the necessary preparation, That would not happen until Carlos III came to power. For example, Queen Elizabeth II ascended the throne in February 1952, but was not crowned until 1953.
For the past 900 years, this ritual has been celebrated Westminster Abbey. William the Conqueror was the first monarch to be crowned there and Charles III would be number 40. It is an Anglican religious service conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
At the crowning moment of the ceremony, the archbishop will place the Crown of St. Edward, a solid gold piece dating from 1661, on Charles’ head. The Crown Jewels in the Tower of London And it is only used by the king at the time of coronation.
Unlike royal weddings, Coronation is a state event, and the government pays for it and ultimately decides the guest list. There will be music, readings and anointing rituals of the new king using orange oil, roses, cinnamon, musk and ambergris.
The new king will take his coronation oath before an expectant world. During this ceremony you will receive the orb and scepter as symbols of your new role and the Archbishop of Canterbury will place a solid gold crown on your head.
The ceremony begins An announcement of the death of the British King in the mouth of the President of the Privy Council -Current MP Benny Mordant-. The wording of the declaration may change, but traditionally it includes a series of prayers, promises, and praises.
Then this declaration Many senior officers will sign Like the Prime Minister, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Lord Chancellor. When this happens in the category of historical events, the focus is on what could have been changed, added or updated to mark a new era.
After the brief meeting, the Promotion Council meets again the following day – Sunday. This new crowd didn’t start with one For example, the “oath” of the beginning of the reign in the style of other heads of state, as the President of the United States does.
But in keeping with a tradition dating back to the early 18th century, there is a declaration made by the new king in which he swears to protect the Church of Scotland. After the fanfare of the trumpeters, A public proclamation would declare Carlos the new king.
The former Prince of Wales became king automatically after the death of his mother, Elizabeth II. A Council of Accession is usually convened within 24 hours of a sovereign’s death – at St James’s Palace in London – for the proclamation.
In this case, since Elizabeth passed away on Thursday, There is not enough time to implement the plans For this Friday morning. Therefore, the appointment will be held next Saturday. As of now, it is not known when the ceremony will take place.
Historically, the entire Privy Council was called to the Council of Accession to oversee the formal proclamation of the new monarch. But the number of Privy Councillors, who are life members and mostly past and present politicians, now more than 700, has been restricted.
Only 200 people will be invited, and those eliminated will be asked to enter an annual ballot for the few remaining seats. The decision sparked controversy over lack of consultation and loss of key duty, the British outlet reported. Guardian.
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