King Charles III and Prince William make an unexpected visit


King Charles III paid an unannounced visit on Saturday to greet some of the thousands of people lining up to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II whose coffin rests in Westminster Hall.

Charles and his son Prince William shook hands and thanked mourners in the mile-long line near Lambeth Bridge on Saturday.

Charles has taken several impromptu walks since becoming king on September 8, aiming to meet as many of his subjects as possible.

The new king is also expected to spend much of Saturday’s meeting with dignitaries who have come to London for his mother’s funeral, which is due to take place on Monday.

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In the morning he held an audience at Buckingham Palace with the country’s military leaders and in the early afternoon he hosted a reception for the governors general of the kingdoms – the monarch’s representatives in the former colonies of the Kingdom Kingdom from Antigua and Barbuda to Tuvalu.


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