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Charles III before the French Senate, a first for a British sovereign


Visiting France for three days, King Charles III addresses French senators on Thursday, the day after a sumptuous dinner with Emmanuel Macron at the Palace of Versailles. Charles III is expected at 11 a.m. at the podium, from where no British sovereign before him has spoken. Follow his speech live.

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King Charles III, who intends to establish his image internationally one year after his accession to the throne, will try to leave his political mark during a speech to French parliamentarians, Thursday September 21, on the second day of a visit of State in Paris.

The day before, Charles III and Emmanuel Macron sent a Franco-British message of “friendship” focused on “the future” during a sumptuous dinner at the Palace of Versailles, the highlight of the king’s visit to France.

After this dinner at Versailles and a descent of the Champs-Élysées alongside President Macron, the king is expected to give his speech from the podium of the French Senate, at 11 a.m. local time (9 a.m. GMT).

This is a first for a British sovereign. In 2004, his mother Elizabeth II gave a speech in the Senate Conference Room, in front of assembled deputies and senators, but not in the Hemicycle.

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