'God save The King': King Charles III makes speech after Proclamation and Queen death acknowledged
Task for the second part of the Council, Your Majesty, to make your declaration, gentlemen, ladies and gentlemen, it is my saddest duty to announce to you the
death of my beloved mother, the
Queen The whole world sympathizes with me about the irreparable loss we have all suffered. It is my greatest comfort to know of the sympathy expressed by so many of my sister and brothers and that this overwhelming affection and support should be bestowed upon our entire family in our loss for all of us as a family, for this
dom and the wider family of nations of which it is a part, my mother set an example of lifelong love and selfless service.
My mother's reign was in her permanence, devotion and devotion, even as we mourn, we give thanks for this extremely faithful life. I am profoundly aware of this great heritage and of the duties and heavy responsibilities of sovereignty now entrusted to me, in assuming these duties I will strive to follow the inspiring example set for me in upholding constitutional government and to seek peace, harmony and prosperity for the peoples of these islands and for the
doms and territories of the Commonwealth throughout the world, to that end I know I shall be, Strengthened by the affection and loyalty of the peoples, too whose sovereignty I have been appointed and that I shall be guided in the discharge of these duties by the advice of their elected parliaments, I am deeply encouraged by the continued support of my beloved wife, I take this opportunity to reaffirm my willingness and intention to To continue the tradition of handing over the inheritance income, including the crown estates, to my government for the woh le of all, in return for the sovereign grant that assists my official duties as head of State and head of nation, and in the fulfillment of the grave task which has been laid upon me, and to which I now devote what remains of m my life I pray for the guidance and help of Almighty God.
I have the humble duty of requesting Your Majesty's permission for the publication of your gracious
speech, wear the crown and sign the oath concerning the security of the Church of Scotland, I am prepared to do so on this first occasion, I
Charles III by grace god of the united
dom of great britain and northern ireland among my other realms and territories
, defender of the faith, faithfully promise and swear that i will uphold the regulation of the true protestant religion as promulgated by the laws made in scotland pursuing the claim to rights and particularly by an act entitled "Act of Securing the Rights," shall be upheld and preserved inviolably the Protestant religion and Presbyterian church government, and through the Acts passed in Parliament of both
doms uniting the two
doms together with the government rights and privileges of the Scottish Church, so help me God you