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Charles II will make his first speech as head of state today.

Hundreds of flowers have been laid outside Buckingham Palace by people following the death of Queen Elizabeth II after more than 70 years in power. The color of grief is black, appropriate.

Photo: Reuters/TOBY MELVILLE

  • King Charles II is due to address the British nation later today, his first speech as head of state.

  • King Charles II travels to London to meet British Prime Minister Liz Truss.

  • Starting today, the royal family will be in mourning, which will end on the seventh day after the Queen’s funeral.

  • Elizabeth II died at the age of 96. She ruled for 70 years.

  • The king watched her health deteriorate for almost a year.

  • TV series crown Interrupts production on its sixth and final season, which will tell the story of Elizabeth II’s life until the early 2000s.

    Creator Peter Morgan says he made the decision Out of respect for the Queen.

    crown It was a love letter to her, and I had nothing to add for now except silence and respectHe told Deadline.

  • The UK government has confirmed that a period of national mourning has now begun. It should end at the end of the state funeral. In keeping with King Charles III’s wishes, private mourning will be observed by the royal family.

  • Starting today, Canadians mourning the death of Queen Elizabeth II can leave a tribute in a book of obituaries at Rideau Hall in Ottawa.

    An online version (new window) Available from Thursday evening.

  • Prince Harry left Balmoral Castle yesterday morning after making an emergency trip to be at his grandmother Elizabeth II’s bedside.

    The Duke of Sussex was already traveling to England with his wife Meghan Markle, who did not accompany him to Scotland.

    A security vehicle carrying Prince Harry.

    Prince Harry left Balmoral Castle on Friday morning.

    Photo: Reuters/Russell Chein

    Prince Harry was spotted boarding a plane at Aberdeen Airport in Scotland.

    Prince Harry was spotted boarding a plane at Aberdeen Airport in Scotland.

    Photo: Reuters/Phil Noble

  • A crowd outside the gates of Buckingham Palace.

    Hundreds of people have gathered outside Buckingham Palace since early this morning, the day after the Queen’s death.

    Photo: Reuters / Henry Nicholls

  • Buckingham Palace said in a statement that the royal family will observe seven days of mourning after the Queen’s funeral.

    A date for his funeral has yet to be confirmed.

    Condolences will be observed through Members of the royal family, servants of the royal family and representatives of the royal family on official business, as well as troops assigned to ceremonial duties.

  • In a statement released this morning, King Charles II maintains that The death of my beloved mother, the Maharani, was a very sad moment for me and my family.

    We mourn the passing of a beloved sovereign and loving mother. I know his loss will be felt by countless people throughout the country, kingdom and Commonwealth and the world.he added.

  • The world is gradually waking up to the day after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

    King Charles III will visit London today with his wife Camilla, the Queen Consort. According to the BBC, he will hold an audience at Buckingham Palace with new British Prime Minister Liz Truss. British MPs are expected to meet at noon local time to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II.

    At midday, the death bell will be rung in honor of the sovereign in Westminster Abbey, but also at St. Paul’s Cathedral and Windsor Castle.

    The UK government is expected to confirm a period of national mourning.

    Finally, King Charles III is expected to address the British nation on television for the first time as head of state.

  • The Queen walks with the Mayor of Quebec, carrying a bouquet of flowers in her arms.

    Queen Elizabeth II interacted with Mayor Jean Pelletier during her last visit to Quebec in 1987.

    Photo: The Canadian Press/Ron Bolling

    Although she spoke French well and her views on Quebec were always respectful, Queen Elizabeth II’s visit to the Belle Province was sometimes controversial. Besides, The Queen has not set foot in Quebec for more than 35 years.

  • Police protection.

    Police officers stand guard outside Buckingham Palace in London overnight from Thursday to Friday. Hundreds of people lined the fence to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II, who died on Thursday after 70 years in power.

    Photo: Associated Press / Christophe Aena

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