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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 set to address the British nation later today. This was his first speech as the head of the country.

  • He is expected to meet new Prime Minister Liz Truss in London.

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

  • The Premier League has canceled all matches scheduled for this weekend and the Monday evening meeting. As a mark of respect After the Queen’s death, he announced the organizers of the most important football league in England.

  • It is the British Government United in support To the new King Charles III, said Downing Street after an extraordinary cabinet meeting.

    The Cabinet was united in favor of His Majesty the KingA spokesman for Premier Liz Truss said.

    The latter mentioned a A moment of silence At the end of the meeting, a tribute was paid to the late sovereign and mother of the new monarch, Elizabeth II.

  • Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, a distant cousin of Elizabeth II, has decided to cancel much of her jubilee, which was scheduled for this weekend in Copenhagen, following the death of the British sovereign.

    The Danish sovereign, who would become the longest-reigning European monarch, was about to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his accession to the throne with fanfare.

  • Japanese Emperor Naruhito congratulated Many achievements and contributions Queen Elizabeth II, revealing her Deep sadness After his death.

    I express my sincere respect and gratitude to Rani for her many achievements and contributions During his seven-decade reign, the emperor said in a statement sent by the Japanese Imperial Agency.

  • King Charles III flew from Balmoral Castle in Scotland to London, where he is set to address the British public this evening for the first time since the death of his mother, Elizabeth II.

    King Charles III was seen in the back of the car.

    King Charles III leaving Balmoral Castle.

    Photo: AFP/Jeff J. Mitchell

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin will not attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, the Kremlin announced through its spokesman, Dmitry Peskov.

    The previous day, Mr. Putin paid tribute to the Queen and offered his condolences to King Charles III and the British people.

    The UK was one of the first countries to supply Ukraine with lethal weapons to repel a Russian offensive.

  • 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

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