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Britain’s King Charles addresses a nation in mourning

Britain’s King Charles addressed a nation in mourning on Friday following the death of his mother and the country’s figurehead, Queen Elizabeth II, at the age of 96.

The death of the queen, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch and a towering presence on the world stage for seven decades, has drawn condolences from around the world.

Here are the highlights from his speech:

  • Queen Elizabeth’s was a life well lived, she is mourned deeply. I promise the life long service in all the countries. There’s a deep sense of gratitude where my mother has served.
  • The affection, admiration, became a hallmark of her realm. She combined these qualities. I pay tribute to my mother’s memories. I know her death brings sadness. I share that sense with you all.
  • As the queen herself did her service with dedication, I also pledge my dedication to the constitution. I shall endevour to serve you with loyalty and love.
  • I solemnly pledge to uphold the constitutional principles at the heart of our nation.
  • Camila becomes my queen consort, she wil bring devotion to duty and as my heir, William, will succeed me and take on the responsibility of Prince of Wales.
  • I want to also express love for Harry and Meghan as they build their life overseas.
  • To my darling mumma, as you begin your last journey, thank you for your service, may flights of angel sing to thy rest.