The first state tour of the British Monarchy was successfully completed, and King Charles III simply concluded a triumphal state visit to Germany, accompanied by Queen Camilla. Both will be officially crowned on the 6th of May, but took office on the 8th of October, the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
The scenes of civil unrest prompted the French government to cancel the first leg of the trip, which was due to start in Paris on Sunday. But the two royals flew to Berlin on Wednesday afternoon when two Luftwaffe Typhoon jets intercepted a fleeing German plane.
Having flown quite a few royals over the years, we can’t remember a time when a plane was so revered. But he warned us that Germany would do everything to give the new British monarch a royal reception.
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The structure for the royal journey is clear, with the first day devoted to parades and shows, the second day to public affairs, the last day to reconciliation and the future. The overall theme highlighted the unbreakable bond between the two nations.
“In the long and remarkable history of the two countries, there are many chapters to be written. Let us fill tomorrow with tireless effort. The past and the great promise of the future demand nothing less,” said the king. Charles III last Thursday, while making history as the first monarch of Britain, makes it to the German parliamentary elections.
By Friday the weather turned, but it did not deter the British monarchy. Hundreds of supporters were encouraged by the damp conditions hours before the arrival of the couple from Berlin in the Dammtor at lunch time and as it was every day.
Tours of the following kings
Although from now on King Carlos III and Queen Camila will bring all their energy to the coronation, the possibility of the kings going to other countries to strengthen the ties of brotherhood between the Republic of Nations is not denied.
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The coronation will take place on May 6 in Westminster Abbey and two thousand people will be invited to the historic moment. All of Britain’s royals are expected to be on site, but the Duke and Duchess of Sussex still confirm they will travel to London.