Queen Elizabeth Named Successor to the British Throne
On her 92nd birthday, Queen Elizabeth II made an important announcement just before the big day. The present queen of the British Throne announced her son and heir, Prince Charles, to take over the control of the Commonwealth. Prince Charles, 69, has been named as the Queen’s successor, representing around one-third of the world’s population.
This year’s Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting was hosted at Buckingham Palace by the Queen and her family. This was the first time in 20 years that the meeting took place in Britain. This meeting seemed like an opportunity to revive the relationship with former British colonies and strengthen the loose alliance of 53 Commonwealth countries before Brexit.
In her formal opening speech of the meeting, Elizabeth said: “It is my sincere wish that the Commonwealth will continue to offer stability and continuity for future generations and will decide that one day the Prince of Wales should carry on the important work started by my father in 1949.”
Prince Charles was obliged to take the role of leader for the Commonwealth of Nations, which includes former territories of the British Empire throughout the world.
Prince Charles said in his speech “For my part, the Commonwealth has been a fundamental feature of my life for as long as I can remember,” said Prince Charles.”
We congratulate Prince Charles for being the successor and leader of the Commonwealth and wish he justify the role to his utmost potential