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King Charles departs Balmoral and flies to London after the death of the Queen.

The Queen’s son and heir, King Charles III, has left Balmoral and is on his route to Aberdeen airport, from which he will fly to London.

He departed in a vehicle driven by Camilla, the Queen’s consort.

The King was seated in the rear seat of the automobile.

Following the death of the 96-year-old monarch, whom he called a “beloved monarch and mother,” he spent the night at the estate.

King charles departs balmoral and flies to london after the death of the queen.
King Charles departs Balmoral and flies to London after the death of the Queen.

After catching the royal helicopter from Dumfries House in Ayrshire with his wife Camilla – now Queen Consort – on Thursday, the 73-year-old spent much of the day visiting his mother’s cherished Scottish Highlands home.

In news to reports that the Queen’s health was failing, other top royals went to her side.

King Charles III ascended to the throne immediately after Elizabeth II’s death, and he described the loss of his mother as “a moment of the deepest sorrow for myself and my entire family.”

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King Charles departs Balmoral and flies to London after the death of the Queen.

During this period of grief, Charles stated that he and his family will be “comforted and sustained by our knowledge of the widespread reverence and affection with which the Queen was cherished.”

At 6 o’clock this evening, the King will address the country.

After traveling alone to Scotland, the Duke of Sussex was photographed departing Balmoral at 8.30 a.m. and boarding a British Airways flight at Aberdeen International Airport.

At the age of three, the new monarch, born Charles Philip Arthur George, became heir to the throne, a position he would occupy for 70 years.

He has spent his entire life preparing to be King and has chosen to use his Christian name for his title, just like his late, cherished mother, Queen Elizabeth II, did.

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