King Charles III has been changing the roles of the royals. The Prince and Princess of Wales, William and Kate Middleton, and Queen Camilla have been awarded new titles by the King, Buckingham Palace has announced. sky news.
Prince William has been appointed Colonel of the Welsh Guards, a prestigious post previously held by King Charles for 47 years. Kate Middleton will succeed her husband as captain of the Irish Guards for a decade.
The post of colonel in the Grenadier Guards has been handed over to the king’s wife, Queen Camilla, due to Prince Andrew’s contentious relationship with convicted child abuser Jeffrey Epstein, Sky News said.
According to the palace, the existing colonels of other regiments within the home division will remain unchanged.
It is also reported that London will host a “trooping the troops” parade on June 17, 2023, to mark the first public celebration of the new monarch’s birthday. Although the king was born in November, the procession will take place next June, a few weeks after his coronation on May 6, to make the most of the British summer. The monarch appears to be following in the footsteps of his late mother, Queen Elizabeth II, in deciding to do just that.
Every year, more than 1,400 parade soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians come together to mark the occasion with a spectacular display of military precision, equestrianism and horns, the outlet further stated. The parade marched from Buckingham Palace along the shopping center to Horse Guards Parade, ending with an RAF air display.
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