The corgis, eternal companions of the queen
They have been Queen Elizabeth II’s faithful companions for decades: her famous Welsh Corgi Pembroke, a breed of dog she is always around. The British monarch, who died on Thursday at the age of 96, had about thirty corgis during his life, so this type of dog became inseparable from Buckingham.
Between the private room, lunches hosted by a veterinarian or shooting for Vogue magazine, the dogs are fed, as told in our article.
The British continue to pay tribute to Elizabeth II in front of Buckingham Palace
The orphans of one who would be their sovereign for more than 70 years, the British continued to pay tribute to Elizabeth II by laying flowers in front of Buckingham Palace this Saturday morning.
The English flock to Balmoral to pay tribute to Elizabeth II
This Saturday morning, Britons rushed to Balmoral, Scotland, to pay their last respects to the queen, who died at her summer residence.
Crowds are expected at the start of the weekend, before the Queen’s body is moved to the royal residence at Holyrood House in Edinburgh on Sunday.
In the Dordogne, many English residents also mourned the death of Elizabeth II
In the Dordogne, one in five residents is British. Therefore the announcement of the death of the monarch must have a particular resonance in the department.
“I always thought he was family, we always followed him on TV, in the newspapers,” said Annie, a Londoner who has lived in France for 30 years, on the microphone of BFMTV.
Cannon shots, oath of allegiance: what did King Charles III’s proclamation day deliver?
On the occasion of the official proclamation of Charles III as the new king, many symbols are planned for this Saturday.
The 41 cannon shots will be fired, the flags lowered since the announcement of the death of Elizabeth II will be raised again, while the parliament will also pledge loyalty to King Charles III.
The Emperor of Japan is looking forward to Elizabeth II’s funeral, as is Joe Biden
Japan’s Emperor Naruhito is expected to attend the funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth II, local Japanese media reported on Saturday.
This is an unusual move for Naruhito, lining up on a daily basis Mainichi Shimbunremembering that the Emperor of Japan usually does not attend funerals outside its borders.
The President of the United States Joe Biden has again warned that he will attend, unlike Vladimir Putin.
The proclamation of King Charles III: a historic event broadcast for the first time
Charles will be officially proclaimed king this Saturday morning. Grand premiere: This moment will be filmed and released worldwide for the first time in history.
This event will be streamed live on BFMTV.com from 11 am
Charles III, a king with an ecological streak
The new king is an ardent defender of ecology. A commitment close to his heart, sometimes to the point of abandoning his traditional royal reserve. Charles is another pioneer on the subject: it happened that his declarations and his choices were ridiculed before, when the issues of climate change were still ignored.
>> The details of his commitment to this topic can be read in our article.
“Fragile” but “smiling”: behind the scenes of Queen Elizabeth II’s last public photo
This is the last official photograph of Queen Elizabeth II. The moment was captured by Press Association photographer Jane Barlow on Tuesday, September 6, two days before the death of British sovereignty. At the age of 96, Elizabeth II smiles, leaning on her walking stick, in the middle of a living room by herself Balmoral Scottish residence.
Behind the scenes of this last public snapshot of the monarch is told by the photographer himself here.
What should be remembered from the first speech of King Charles III?
An entire country is hanging on the new king’s speech this Friday afternoon. Charles III addressed the first televised address to the British people. He paid tribute to his mother, the late Queen Elizabeth II, and spoke of the love and affection he has for his family, especially his sons and his wife Camilla.
He talked about his son Harry and his wife Meghan Markle.
>> All details can be found here.
How will the proclamation of King Charles III take place?
The ceremony of the proclamation of the new king will take place at the Palace of St. James in London from 11 am, before the Council of Ascension, the ceremonial meeting of the body to officially proclaim the accession of the heir to the throne.
It is made up of members of the Privy Council, or Privy Council – a group of senior MPs, past and present, and peers – as well as senior civil servants, Commonwealth High Commissioners and the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan.
The second proclamation will take place at 1 pm on the London Stock Exchange.
>> All details can be found here.
Two days after the death of Elizabeth II, Charles III was officially proclaimed king
Charles III will be officially proclaimed king this Saturday morning, two days after the death of Elizabeth II which opened a period of national mourning in the United Kingdom.
On Saturday morning, the Accession Council, a group of dignitaries, will meet in St. James’s Palace in London and declare that Charles has become king. An important step to enthrone the new monarch.
>> All details can be read here.
Welcome to this live dedicated to the official proclamation of Charles III as the new sovereign of the United Kingdom this Saturday.