King Charles III addresses the nation as Britain's new monarch



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King Charles III addressed the nation as Britain's new monarch in a pre-recorded message from Buckingham Palace's drawing room on Friday afternoon.
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The monarch became King as soon as his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, died at Balmoral on Thursday afternoon. He arrived at Buckingham Palace hours before the address, greeting crowds waiting outside the palace in central London where they offered their condolences to the royal family

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