William and his wife Kate Middleton, after the death of Elizabeth II, not only received a new title, but also acquired solid new possessions.
The Queen’s grandson and his wife became the Dukes of Cornwall, and together with the title, the married couple, raising three heirs, received a solid fortune, reaching, according to Western media reports, 1.1 billion pounds. The dukes also became owners of a large number of assets such as land, forests, waters and other objects.
The throne by right of succession was taken by William’s father Charles, who chose the name Charles (analogue of the name Charles) as the royal and became King Charles III. His wife Camilla Parker-Bowles received the title of queen consort.
Charles and Camilla
Brothers William and Harry had a good relationship with their stepmother. Harry even once even spoke about Camille as follows:
“To be honest, William and I have always had a very good, close relationship with her. She is not an evil stepmother. Consider the situation in which she finds herself. No need to feel sorry for me or William, better show compassion for her.
Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8 at the age of 97. The farewell ceremony will take place on Monday 19 September at 11.00 London time. After that, the coffin with the body of the queen will be delivered to Windsor to be interred.
According to Western media, September 19 will be a public holiday in the UK so that members of the public can pay their respects to the deceased and say goodbye to the monarch who ruled the country for a record 70 years.
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