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Will Charles III inherit his mother’s crown?

Will Charles III wear the same crown as his mother?
On her farewell journey, Queen Elizabeth II will be accompanied by the Imperial State Crown, which is normally on display in the Tower of London. MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP

ADVICE FROM EXPERTS: Since Wednesday, thousands of people in England have been parading in Westminster in front of the royal remains and bending down to pay their respects to the imperial crown. On Tuesday, the adjustment of this insignia to the future king’s head shall be left to a craftsman who has been commissioned to adjust. Explanations.

A funeral will cost you four crowns. Since the middle of last week, people all over the world have been able to gain a new perspective on the royal artifacts that are typically hidden from view behind the glass windows of the Tower of London or kept in the official reserves. The crown worn by the Kings of Scotland is the oldest in the United Kingdom and dates back to the 16th century. On Monday, it was the first crown to be captured on camera.

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Duke of Hamilton, the only person authorized to handle this treasure, took it out of Edinburgh Castle during a ritual as only the British know how to invent them. The Duke of Hamilton then took part, wearing a kilt and to the sound of bagpipes, in his escort to parliament, and then to Saint-Gilles cathedral, where the first religious ceremony was held in honor of the late queen. In Saint-Gilles cathedral, the first religious ceremony was held in honor of the late queen.

The crown of the Kings of Scotland was placed on top of Elizabeth II’s coffin by the Duke of Hamilton, who was the only person who was permitted to handle the crown. AARON CHOWN/AFP

Since Wednesday, when Elizabeth II’s body was brought to London, the illustrious Imperial Crown of State has been the focal point of all the attention that has been paid to London. She is sitting on a purple cushion that has been placed atop the casket and is on display for all to see in the very center of Westminster Abbey…

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