LONDON – Never perhaps has an heir been more ready for the crown.
Charles, the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and a man born to be king, took the throne on Thursday after serving as the designated successor for longer than anyone in the history of the British monarchy. As King Charles III, he will become ruler of the world’s most important constitutional monarchy, head of the most legendary royal family and symbol of continuity in a storm-tossed country.
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