Queen Elizabeth II of Britain has passed away at the age of 96. A statement from Buckingham Palace read, "The Queen passed away at Balmoral Castle. This evening, Balmoral will be visited by the King and Queen Consort. He'll be going back to London tomorrow. According to centuries-old convention, Elizabeth II's eldest son Prince Charles, 73, would succeed her as the new King of Britain after her passing.
The Queen's burial and tribute will now be led by Charles (Britain's New King), who also serves as the Commonwealth's new head of state. Charles, 73, is now in charge of 14 other regions, among them Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.
Charles was supposed to take over once Elizabeth II left the throne in accordance with royal family protocol. The passing of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, was a "wonderful moment," according to Prince Charles, the incoming king of Britain.
Apart from Britain, Queen Elizabeth was also the Queen of 14 Commonwealth countries. Now King Charles will be the king of these countries. Now the king will have the power to appoint the government in the country. The leader of the party that wins the general election is usually called to Buckingham Palace, where he is formally invited to form the government. At the same time, earlier the queen used to host visiting heads of state from other countries. Now he will be replaced by King Charles III i.e. Charles Philip Arthur George.