Within a week, Britain entered into a new ground at a time of immense domestic and international concerns for a 73-year-old sovereign Charles III and a newly appointed Prime Minister Liz Truss after the death of Queen Elizabeth II and election.
Within a week world witnessed a huge change in Britain’s games of the throne whether talking about the monarch or the government of the state. In the long history of Britain, it happened for the first time that the country acquired a new prime minister and monarch in the same week after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Meeting of Truss and Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday in Britain
Truss was appointed as the third female premier by the queen on Tuesday and after two days, on Thursday Queen died. Truss traveled to the longest serving monarch’s Balmoral Castle residence in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, to meet the Queen who formally asked her to form a new government. Truss is the 15th and last prime minister under the 70-year reign of the 96-year-old monarch.
According to reports of a wire agency, while remembering Queen’s newly appointed PM said, “I have personally greatly valued her wise advice. She generously shared with me her deep experience of government, even in those last days. Everyone who met her will remember the moment “.
On Saturday, Charles III succeeded his late mother and was formally crowned as the monarch of the United Kingdom. Now the conservative leader Truss begins her rule under the reign of king Charles III. The Royal Family tweeted, “This afternoon, The King held an Audience at Buckingham Palace with the Prime Minister, the Right Honourable Liz Truss MP.”
Meeting of Liz Truss and King Charles III on Friday
On Friday Britain’s new monarch, king Charles III and Britain’s newly appointed Prime Minister (PM) Liz Truss met at Buckingham Palace for the first time. Truss arrived just hours after the monarch’s arrival in London from Scotland’s Balmoral Castle, where the Royal Family had convened for the Queen’s final farewell ceremony. The Prime Minister and monarch are the only people present at the secret meetings in Britain’s King said that the passing of his mother Queen Elizabeth was the moment he had “been dreading”.
In the House of Commons, Prime Minister Liz Truss and several high-ranking officials of her cabinet swore allegiance to King Charles III. They will now have weekly audiences in the Palace on Tuesdays to talk about important issues.