Enthusiasts Death of Elizabeth II: Before the funeral, Charles III completes his tour again King
Tour de France: Sprinter bicycles desperately against his exclusion
tension pure at the 17th stage of the Tour de France - from the first to 143rd place. Because as captivating and narrow as the victory duel of the tour favorites Jonas Vingegaard (25) and Tadej Pogacar (23) was the desperate fight at the end of the field on Wednesday (July 20, 2022). © AFP Fabio Jakobsen sacked after his hard fight against the clock at the 17th stage of the Tour de France on Wednesday (July 20, 2022) at the finish in Peyragudes. The last 300 meters on the 129.7-kilometer sectio
He assumes his role. After having chained tributes and official commitments since at the age of 96, Charles III had withdrew on Thursday in his Highgrove campaign for a daytime. But no question of rest, said his services: the "resistant" king continued to work. And, above all, the new sovereign begins this Friday , three days before the funeral of his mother . He hit the road for Cardiff, where he will participate, with the Queen Consort Camilla, in a religious service and then in reception with local political representatives. But, to complete (England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales), the one who was prince of his nine years at the Last week does not quite happen in conquered terrain. - for some a symbol of English oppression - to the new heir to the William throne rather than a Welshman has collected more than 25,000 signatures. An anti-monarchy demonstration is planned in front of the Cardiff castle. Political and family challenges between these protests, the inclinations of independence of Scotland, community tensions in Northern Ireland but also the republican temptations emerging in some of its 14 other kingdoms, the challenges are considerable for Charles III at the time when He succeeds his mother. , with the exception of a few very commented public gestures on the Internet. It remains to be seen how the monarch - who did not hesitate to engage in favor of the environment or even to discreetly transmit his opinions to the government on a whole series of subjects - will enter into the costume of his mother, who, imperturbable to the Thread of the crises and upheavals of history, had kept an impeccable neutrality and a sense of duty to foolproof, until its last days. VIDEO. " I hate that ! ": When King Charles III is annoyed because of a fled pen she knew, on the other hand, touching her subjects by comforting them in difficult times: still princess during the Second World War, when Diana's death had made Saccillating the monarchy or at the end of their life when the British found themselves confined. The one who is often described, at 73, as a transitional king preceding the popular William but also as a modernizer anxious to reduce the wing of a plethoric monarchy, will have to manage family crises. His brother Andrew was banched by royalty due to a sex scandal and his son Harry, who celebrated his 38th birthday on Thursday, and prepares potentially explosive memories. "Vile of princes" this Friday but the time is still, for the moment, unity. After walking online, behind the Elizabeth II coffin on Wednesday across the center of London, its four . Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward will observe a "vigil of the princes" around the coffin of their mother, exhibited to the public since Wednesday evening at the Palais de Westminster. For the occasion, Andrew, however deprived of military titles, was authorized to carry the uniform. For his part, the public will be able to parade until the early hours of the morning on Monday. Then it will be the end of Elizabeth II's last trip. Monday, his coffin will be swept away at Westminster Abbey for state funerals (the first since the death of Winston Churchill in 1965), Millions of people are expected in London for the funeral of the century
Layouts in view among the staff of King Charles III .
GB-ROOSE-REINE-EMPLOI: Freights in sight among the staff of King Charles III © Reuters/Pool The King Charles III greets the crowd while his vehicle Cross the center of London London (Reuters) - servants in the service of King Charles III when he was still only a presumptive heir to the British throne were informed that they could lose their jobs, a measure badly greeted by The PCS, a union which defends the interests of employees of government services Charles III, which officially succeeded it