🔴 Live. Charles III proclaimed King of England

Charles III will be formally proclaimed King of England this Saturday. The announcement will be made on the balconies of the Palace of St. James in London, as announced by Buckingham Palace.

The solemn moment is scheduled for 11:00 am, but before that, the public will be able to see, for the first time, part of the ceremony inside the Palace, which begins at 10:00 am.

According to the protocol of proclamation advanced by Buckingham Palace, activated following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the Ascension Council, made up of royal advisers, is divided into two parts.

In the first part, the Privy Council, without the King present, proclaims the sovereign and formally approves various consequential orders, including preparations for the proclamation.

In the second part, the King takes over the leadership of the Privy Council, where he makes a declaration, reads and signs the oath to defend the security of the Church in Scotland, and passes Orders in the Council that facilitate the continuity of Government.

The Ascension Council is followed by the Main Proclamation, read by the Garter King of Arms, accompanied by the Cone Marshal, other officers-at-arms and sergeants-at-arms, on the balcony of Saint James’ Palace. This will be the first public reading of the Proclamation. As filed, the second Proclamation is read on the Royal Exchange.

The successor of Isabel II, who died on Thursday, will be proclaimed King at the Accession Council, the body responsible for the formal process that includes government figures and private councillors.

“The Accession Council will be followed by the Main Proclamation, which will be read at 11:00 am from the balcony overlooking Friary Court at St. James”, reads the statement from the British royal family.

An hour later, the proclamation will be read on the Royal Exchange. “Further proclamations will be read in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales at noon on Sunday.”

“In recognition of the new Sovereign, the flags will be flown at full mast from the time of the main proclamation at St James’s Palace until one hour after the proclamations in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, after which the flags will return to half-mast mourning the death of the Queen”, says Buckingham Palace.

Source: Renascença – Noticias by rr.sapo.pt.

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