King Charles honors Queen Elizabeth on Mother’s Day in the United Kingdom


King Charles paid tribute to his mother, Queen Elizabeth II Mother’s Day in the United Kingdom.

In September, the Queen died at the age of 96 at her palace in Scotland, Balmoral Castle.

I have ruled for 70 years.

On the Official Instagram Page for the British Royal Family, they posted a photo of the King alongside his mother, Queen Elizabeth, when he appeared to be just a few years old.

The caption of the photo read: “To all the mothers everywhere, and to those who may be losing their mothers today, we are thinking of you and wishing you a special #MothersDay.”

The post included a photo of Camilla, the Queen, with her mother, Rosalind Shand, who died in 1994 from osteoporosis, a bone disease.

On the royal family's official Instagram account, they shared an old photo of King Charles and Queen Elizabeth II.
On the royal family’s official Instagram account, they shared an old photo of King Charles and Queen Elizabeth II.

In the UK, Mother’s Day is celebrated in March.

It differs from the US version of the holiday, where it first began as a “church tradition” abroad, according to UK Metrocalled “Mothering Sunday”.

The outlet explained that in the UK, this takes place three weeks before Easter, and on the fourth Sunday of Lent.

The royal family’s Instagram post comes before the monarch’s coronation takes place on May 6 at Westminster Abbey.

It will be a formal transfer of ownership and powers to the King, According to the BBC.

It is unclear if Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, will attend the coronation ceremony, as there has yet to be any official announcement either way.

The coronation of King Charles is scheduled for May 6.
The coronation of King Charles is scheduled for May 6.
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One report claimed that Harry will attend the event, but without Markle.

While appearing on Tuesday’s episode CBS Morning With her friend Gayle King, Oprah, who interviewed Meghan Markle two years ago, teased their potential presence.

“Do you think they should go, do you think they shouldn’t go? Is it something you would like to comment on?” King, 68, asked Oprah.

The Instagram post also featured a photo of Camila and her mother.
Vintage photo of Charles and Queen Elizabeth at their home in Windsor.
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The star responded, “I think they should do what they feel is best for them and their family. That’s what I think.”

She also indicated that the couple did not ask her opinion.

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