British Prime Minister Liz Truss will accompany King Charles on a four-country tour of Britain to lead days of national mourning for his mother, Queen Elizabeth, her spokeswoman said on Saturday.
Truss, who was appointed prime minister by Elizabeth on Tuesday in her final public act, was among a number of senior lawmakers to have sworn allegiance to the new king during a special session of the nation. earlier on the Saturday after the queen’s death.
She was also present alongside six former prime ministers, senior bishops and several politicians, when Charles, 73, was officially proclaimed the new king of England in a colorful ceremony filled with tradition. and contest.
She then met Charles with other senior ministers at Buckingham Palace.
“As for the prime minister’s involvement, she will join the king as he leads national mourning across the UK, attending adoration services in Scotland on Monday afternoon, in Northern Ireland on Tuesday and Wales on Friday,” the spokesman told reporters.
(Reported by Alistair Smout, written by Elizabeth Piper; edited by Michael Holden)