Charles III is the new King of England after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II. “Today the Crown passes, as it has done for over a thousand years, to our new monarch, our new head of stateHis Majesty King Charles III,” said British Prime Minister Liz Truss on Thursday.
Until now Prince Charles was born in November 1948 in London. At just three years old, she was present at the coronation of her mother. In 1967 she entered Cambridge University to study archeology and anthropology, switching to history two years later.
He has training as a pilot in British aviation, the Royal Air Force (RAF), although he finally started a naval career at the Royal Navy College.
In 1981 he married Princess Diane Spencer. They had two sons, Princes William and Harry. Finally, after 11 years of marriage they announced their separation. Later, Carlos confirmed a sentimental relationship with Camila Parker, whom he had already known for years. In 1997, Princess Diana died in a car accident in Paris while she was traveling with her then partner, the Egyptian Dodi Al-Fayed, when they were being chased by paparazzi.
In April 2005, she married Parker, who now becomes queen consort.
A demographic study, on the occasion of the queen’s Platinum Jubilee, indicated that the population related to the crown has gone from 75% in 2021 to 62% in 2022.
William and Kate, Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge
After the death of Isabel II, Guillermo has become the first in the line of succession to the British crown. The queen’s grandson was one of the members of the royal family who traveled to Balmoral Castle in Scotland on Thursday.
The official account of Twitter of bothchanged this afternoon to reflect their new titles: Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge.