A New King In London


Crowds erupt into ‘God save the King’ as emotional Charles III greets the public in his first walkabout – as some of the overwhelmed public steal a kiss from the blushing monarch

  • King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla touched down at Northolt around 1.30pm after leaving Balmoral
  • Made the journey to Buckingham Palace in a vintage Rolls-Royce, with huge crowds cheering their arrival
  • A statement was released by ‘His Majesty The King’ on the passing of his mother the Queen at 96 last night
  • Said the loss of Her Majesty will be ‘deeply felt throughout the country, the Realms and the Commonwealth’
  • King met Prime Minister Liz Truss this afternoon, before making a televised speech to the nation at 6pm 
  • Mourners are beginning to take their seats in St Paul’s Cathedral for the service of prayer and reflection

King Charles III was greeted by kisses and shouts of ‘God Save the King’ at Buckingham Palace today as he received a rapturous welcome from thousands of well-wishers during the first royal walkaround of his reign.

Huge crowds cheered as the visibly emotional sovereign arrived in a vintage Rolls-Royce alongside Camilla, the Queen Consort, before he got out and began shaking hands with countless members of the public waiting behind a barrier.

In moving scenes less than 24 hours after the death of his mother the Queen, shouts of God Save the King broke out before an impromptu rendition of the National Anthem, with the words changed for the new monarch.

And He changes the times and the seasons; He removes kings and raises up kings; He gives wisdom to the wise And knowledge to those who have understanding.” Daniel 2:21

Huge crowds cheered the couple as they arrived at the palace before the King left his car. Several people kissed his hand as he passed

Onlookers shouted three cheers for Charles as one woman leaned over to kiss him on the hand and another asked ‘Can I kiss you?’ before pecking him on the cheek. Others reached out holding red roses for the King as the Queen Consort followed behind at a distance before joining her husband at his side to view the floral tributes left outside the gates.

The King was heard telling well-wishers, ‘Thank you so much, it’s so kind, it really is’, ‘God bless you’ and ‘I’ve really dreaded this day’ during the 15-minute walkabout. One woman shouted to him, ‘We love you King Charles and we loved your mum’.

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  1. Britain today stands in a most dangerous place. Not the place one might imagine – deep grief and introspection, a powerful nostalgia for things now passed. No, this is a spiritual danger.

    As I write our public broadcaster the BBC has completed 54 hours of continuous adulation of our late Queen Elizabeth. Yes of course, my wife and I grieve as for a beloved deceased great aunt yet the outpouring of public grief and sorrow is akin to the displays last seen when Princess Diana died in 1997.

    I was in Central London during the week after Diana’s death. What I witnessed was a contrived, manipulated and perhaps orchestrated mass hysteria. The woman was being worshipped as a goddess! She is to this day spoken of in hushed tones; a demi-god worthy of worship.

    The same is true today of our late Queen. But she is not a demi-god, no, she is being elevated to almost co-redemtrix. And it’s not over yet. Our Queen, whom I’ve always held in the highest regard, will be interred in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on the 19th September. Eight full days hence. Eight days for our memories of her to be manipulated and controlled even further.

    Already she is beeing titled Elizabeth the Great, Matriarch of the People, but where does it end? A humble Jewish girl made Mother of God. What can a British Queen make?

    I dare not even think it!

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