Charles became emotional remembering Queen Elizabeth, told the promise of 1947; addressed to Britain

Following the death of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, Buckingham Palace has announced that her son Charles III will be the country’s next monarch. A formal announcement will be made on Saturday. Charles became emotional in his first address since the death of his mother and Queen Elizabeth II. He said the Queen had served Britain for the rest of her life. Said that on his 21st birthday in 1947, he kept the promise he made for the rest of his life.

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth breathed her last at her Scottish residence on Thursday. Countries around the world gave their reactions after his death. India has also declared a day of state mourning on 11 September. After the death of Queen Elizabeth, the news agency AP quoted Buckingham Palace as saying that the Queen’s son and Prince Charles will be the next monarch of the country. While his wife Camilla will be given the title of Queen. Camilla will wear the prized Kohinoor diamond on her head.

Charles III appeared emotional during his address on the death of his mother and Britain’s most-reigning Queen Elizabeth II. He said that Queen Elizabeth served Britain all her life.

Charles further states that Queen Elizabeth, at the age of 21, vowed in a broadcast from Cape Town in 1947 that she would dedicate her life to serving her people. It was much more than a promise, it was his intense personal commitment that defined his entire life.

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