“I pray that Almighty God will guide and help me”: Charles III was crowned king.

Charles III, newly crowned king, said, “I pray that Almighty God will guide and help me.”

Members of the royal family, Prime Minister Liz Truss, former Prime Ministers, politicians, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, and other dignitaries were present today as Charles III was proclaimed king.

After his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, passed away on Saturday, a proclamation ceremony was held at St. James’s Palace in London.

Charles III, in his declaration to the Accession Council, vowed to follow his mother’s “inspiring example” and concluded by praying for the “guidance and help of Almighty God.”

The king addressed the nation and the world, saying, “My lords, ladies, and gentlemen, it is my most sorrowful duty to announce to you the death of my beloved mother, the queen. I know how deeply you, the entire nation, and I think I may say the whole world, sympathize with me in the irreparable loss we’ve all suffered.”

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Knowing that so many people care about my brother and me as a result of their loss is the greatest comfort in the world.
And that our entire family should receive such an outpouring of love and compassion at this time of tragedy.”

He continued, “In taking up these responsibilities, I shall strive to follow the inspiring example I have been set in upholding constitutional government and to seek the peace, harmony, and prosperity of the people of these islands and of the Commonwealth realms and territories throughout the world.

To this end, I am confident that I will have the support of the people whose sovereign I have been asked to serve as, and that I will be guided in my work by the advice of their duly elected legislatures.

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“In all this, I am profoundly encouraged by the constant support of my beloved wife, and I take this opportunity to confirm my willingness and intention to continue the tradition of surrendering the hereditary revenues, including the Crown Estate, to my government for the benefit of all, in exchange for the Sovereign Grant that enables me to fulfill my official duties as Head of State and Head of Nation.

And I pray for the guidance and help of Almighty God in completing the difficult task that has been assigned to me and to which I now devote the rest of my life.

In his role as “Defender of the Faith,” King Charles II swore to protect the autonomy of the Church of Scotland during the ceremony.

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By the help of God, the king “faithfully promises and swears that I shall inviolably maintain and preserve the Settlement of the true Protestant religion as established by the laws made in Scotland in prosecution of the Claim of Right and particularly by an Act intituled ‘An Act for securing the Protestant religion and Presbyterian Church Government,'” as well as by the Acts passed in the Parliament of both Kingdoms for Union of the two Kingdoms.
Please, God.

God Save the King was then proclaimed by the Garter King of Arms, and the national anthem was played after the ceremony concluded.

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