Charles III meets with Liz Truss, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

King Charles III of the United Kingdom held its first meeting at Buckingham Palace with the newly appointed British Prime Minister, Liz Truss, before offering a message to the nation.

This was the first weekly interview traditionally held by the Head of Government and the Head of State of the United Kingdom.

Later, at 5:00 p.m. local time, the king’s speech was broadcast at noon in the Blue Room of the monarch’s official residence in central London.

Perform religious service in honor of Elizabeth II

In parallel, a religious service began in Saint Paul’s Cathedral in honor of Elizabeth II, who died at the age of 96, which was not attended by members of the royal family and in which 2,000 seats were reserved for British citizens who wished to surrender. tribute to the sovereign.

During the ceremony, the prime minister read a few words after extolling the figure of the queen in an intervention in the House of Commons.

Carlos III will be officially proclaimed monarch tomorrow Saturday by the Ascension Council, a ceremonial body composed of politicians, religious figures, and other public figures.