Nation mourns for Her Majesty as tens of thousands flock to Buckingham Palace and Balmoral

Great Britain is united in grief following the death of Her Majesty The Queen, with tens of thousands of people seen flocking to Buckingham Palace to pay their respects ahead of King Charles III being formally proclaimed as the monarch.

Members of the public have continued to gather at the palace gates this morning with hundreds of bouquets, personal notes and candles left in her honour.

King Charles will be attending St James’s Palace at 10am today for a historic ceremony where he will meet with the Accession Council. Privy Counsellors will then gather without Charles and proclaim him King before he takes an oath. 

At 11am trumpeters will play as the public proclamation of a new sovereign is read from Friar Court balcony by the Garter King of Arms. Union flags will go back up to full mast at 1pm and remain there for 24 hours. The new King will later hold audiences with Prime Minister Liz Truss and her Cabinet.

And on the first official day of mourning for the late Queen Elizabeth…

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