King Charles III is greeted by well-wishers outside Buckingham Palace

An emotional and pensive King Charles III smiled through his tears and waved at the huge crowd of well-wishers gathered outside the gates of Buckingham Palace after his proclamation today – as mourners continue to leave floral tributes in memory of his beloved ‘mama’ Queen Elizabeth II after her death.

Well-wishers waited hours for a glimpse of the monarch, who automatically became King on the death of his mother the Queen on Thursday but was formally proclaimed by the Accession Council at St James’s Palace earlier today, as he was driven to Buckingham Palace in his state Rolls-Royce.

It was initially believed that Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort would go on a walkaround to inspect the tributes and greet mourners at 12.15pm. 

However, the King had not left the Palace by 1pm, and this afternoon he will hold a series of audiences with Prime Minister Liz Truss, her senior Cabinet ministers, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer, and Archbishop of Canterbury and the Dean of…

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