After the death of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain, her son Prince Charles has been appointed as the successor. Prince Charles is the new King of Britain. Prince Charles’ full name is Charles Philip Arthur George, the eldest son of Prince Philip and Elizabeth II. Charles was born on 14 November 1948, at Buckingham Palace. He is the first heir to the throne after the Queen in the British royal family.
Charles married Lady Diana Spencer on July 29, 1981. The two have two sons, Prince William and Harry. In 1996, both Charles and Diana separated. Princess of Wales Diana was killed in a car accident in Paris in 1997. Charles later married Camilla Parker on April 9, 2005. Charles is 73 years old now. After Charles became king, his eldest son, the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, would now be called the Prince of Wales.
Charles received his early education at Hill House School in West London. After private schooling in Hampshire and Scotland, Charles attended Trinity College, Cambridge in 1967. He took a bachelor’s degree there in 1971. Where he studied anthropology, archeology and history, Canadian-born Professor John Coles was his tutor.
On 23 June 1970 he earned a bachelor’s degree in arts and became the third member of the royal family to receive a university degree. After this, on 2 August 1975, he was awarded a master’s degree in Arts from Cambridge in accordance with the conventions of the University. Charles then enrolled at Old College, where he studied Wales language and Wales history. He was the first Prince of Wales who, despite being born outside Wales, tried to learn the language of the principality.
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 Philip Arthur George.