Behind the proclamation stands for King Charles III. crowning glory in royal protocol. After that, a lot changes for the monarch. The 73-year-old is said to have already planned a change.
September 8, 2022 marks one of the saddest days in the history of the British monarchy. Queen Elizabeth II died. This also meant for Prince Charles that he not only had to change his name and henceforth be King Charles III. represents the British royal family, but many things need to be changed. In addition to money and stamps, the 73-year-old will after his coronation take his throne at Buckingham Palace.
Big changes after the Queen’s death: King Charles III. take his throne
Like his mother, King Charles will have his throne made and embroidered with his initials, reports Hello Magazine. It is said that the king has already commissioned work on the seating furniture. Queen Elizabeth II’s throne must then be removed from the throne room for her son’s royal furniture. Apparently, the throne will be similar to that of his mother and her husband Prince Philip. The British queen made her throne in 1953 before her coronation. According to the Royal Collection Trust’s Instagram account, the two chairs are “made of carved and gilded beech and their style is characteristic of late 17th century English chairs”.
What will happen to Queen Elizabeth II’s throne?
King Charles probably won’t untie his mother’s chair and throw it in the big bin. The magazine speculates that the historic throne will be exposed to the public, as well as that of Prince Philip of Edinburgh.
Royals-News: Relocation plans for King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla are still on hold
The throne will be in the throne room just in time for the coronation. After that, King Charles III. and his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, are actually moving into Buckingham Palace. The renovation works have not yet been completed. They had to leave Clarence’s house in the spring.
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