Queen Elizabeth II of England passed away on September 8th. Buckingham Palace issued a statement on the matter. It was announced that his eldest son, Prince Charles, would soon succeed to the throne and become King Charles III. Details about the royal coronation, which traditionally took place at London’s Westminster Abbey, have not been revealed at this time.
Following the Queen’s death and the accession of a new monarch, first in line of succession to the British throne was Charles III’s eldest son, Prince William. Second place is Prince William’s eldest son, Prince George (9). This year, the prince, who is in elementary school, is spending more time on public affairs with his father and mother, Princess Catherine, as he attends the Wimbledon Championships, the four major tennis tournaments, for the first time this year.
Third and fourth in line to the throne are Prince George’s younger sister, Princess Charlotte, 7, and younger brother, Prince Louis, 4.
Fifth place is Prince William’s brother, Prince Harry (37), the second son of the new king and the late Princess Diana. They are followed by Prince Harry and former American actress Meghan Markle’s son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, 3, and daughter Lilibet, 1. After retiring from royal duties in 2020, Prince Harry and his family are living in California.
After the children and grandchildren of the new King Charles, Queen Elizabeth and three other children and their children and grandchildren are next in line of succession. In eighth place is the Queen’s second son, Prince Andrew, 62.
Prince Andrew, however, was accused of sexually abusing a minor, and had a relationship with American billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, who died in custody. there is
The prince was sued in a civil lawsuit for sexual assault by an American woman who was the victim of an incident involving Epstein, which was settled in February. The amount of the settlement paid by the prince at this time has not been made public.
What is the title of “wife of the new king”?
Queen Elizabeth announced earlier this year that she would like Charles III’s second wife, Camilla, to be given the title “Queen Consort” instead of “Princess Consort”. did.
This was seen as a clear indication of the Queen’s desire to support the couple, who have been scrutinized by the public. A Buckingham Palace statement announcing the Queen’s death listed Camilla’s title as “Queen”.
Did you hate “King Charles”?
British media reported in 2005 that Prince Charles was considering a name other than “King Charles III”. The Crown Prince’s official residence, Clarence House, later denied the content.
“Charles” is the “honorific title” for some of the most troubled kings in the British royal family. King Charles I was executed in 1649, sparking the Puritan Revolution and Civil War. During the reign of his son, Charles II, the plague was prevalent. London was also hit by a fire.
The Jacobites also claimed that Charles Edward Stuart, also known as “Charles III”, was heir to the English throne in the 18th century, but Charles never came to power.
died in Scotland
Queen Elizabeth spent the summer at her Balmoral Castle in Scotland, as was customary. Buckingham Palace announced on Monday morning that the Queen was under medical supervision due to health concerns. After that, it was reported that the Queen’s family, including Prince William, the Queen’s third son, Prince Edward, and his wife, Sophie, traveled from all over the country to Scotland.