The death of Queen Elizabeth: the grieving Prince William was first seen

The grieving Prince William was seen for the first time since his grandmother’s death after she rushed to her bedside at eleven o’clock.

The newly appointed Prince of Wales has joined the Accession Council, which today formally appointed King Charles as sovereign. Sun reports.

Queen Consort Camilla, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the British Prime Minister were also among those who signed the proclamation.

Reading the text of the appeal, the secretary of the council announced to the hall “God save the Tsar”, and the crowded hall repeated the famous phrase.

By tradition, the new king was absent from the meeting and did not witness the participation in the ceremony of high-ranking figures of national life.

Following the advice, Charles entered the throne room, announcing his mother’s death and vowing to follow her “inspiring example”.

Charles added: “I know how deeply you and the whole nation, and I think I can say the whole world, sympathize with me in this irreparable loss that we have all suffered.”

Prince William then signed the proclamation in an emotional moment with his father.

TV cameras were cleared for the historic event, giving the world its first glimpse of an ancient ceremony dating back centuries and one of the first changes in conventions initiated by the new king.

It is also the first time women are present at the Affiliation Council.

This comes after William and his wife Kate Middleton were honored with the titles of Prince and Princess of Wales last night.

King Charles made the announcement in his first address to the nation.

He said: “Today I am proud to have made him the Prince of Wales, Tayvisog Simra.

“I know that with Katherine by his side, our new Prince and Princess of Wales will continue to inspire and guide our national conversations, helping to bring the marginalized to the center where life-saving help can be provided.”

The name change not only signifies that William has followed in his father’s footsteps, but also that Kate has become the first person to use the title of Princess of Wales since Diana.

The couple’s children also now include Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis of Wales.

Following the announcement, a source revealed that Kate “appreciates the story behind the role” but wants to “create her own path.”

King Charles also bowed to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in his address.

He said he would like to “express his love for Harry and Meghan as they continue to build their lives abroad.”

The reference came after Harry was pictured leaving Balmoral for Windsor alone yesterday.

He, too, faced a race against time to join his family to say goodbye to his beloved grandmother.

But he arrived at the estate at 8 pm – an hour and a half after Buckingham Palace announced the Queen’s death.

On Thursday, William rushed to the Queen’s bedside after medics said they were “concerned” about her health.

He took his uncles Prince Andrew and Prince Edward to Balmoral with Sophie Wessex, but unfortunately neither of them got to say goodbye in time.

King Charles III and Princess Anne were at their mother’s bedside when she died, as they were already in Scotland at the time.

This article originally appeared in Sun and reproduced with permission

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