King Charles marks first Mother’s Day since Queen’s death


Britain’s King Charles has remembered the late Queen on the primary Mom’s Day within the UK since her dying.

“To all moms in every single place, and to those that could also be lacking their mums in the present day, we’re pondering of you and wishing you a special occasion,” a tweet on the Royal Household’s official account learn.

Two pictures had been additionally posted. One exhibits the Queen holding a child Charles in her lap, whereas one other exhibits Camilla, Queen Consort, standing behind her mom, who died in 1994.

Queen Elizabeth – Britain’s longest reigning monarch – died peacefully in September aged 96. Her dying set into movement a interval of nationwide mourning.

King Charles III, who ascended to the throne following his mom’s dying, was formally proclaimed as the UK’s new monarch on September 10.

The Prince and Princess of Wales additionally marked Mom’s Day by sharing two photos of their household on Instagram.

The primary exhibits the Princess of Wales and her three kids sitting in a tree, whereas the second exhibits Kate holding her youngest son Prince Louis in her arms.

The pictures had been captured by photographer Matt Porteous on the household’s Sandringham property in Norfolk.