Britain’s King Charles III still hopes to deliver a keynote speech on saving the planet at the climate summit, the Evening Standard reported. COP27 To be held in Egypt next November in Sharm El Sheikh, one year after his country hosted the Climate Summit COP26 And delivering a speech as the Crown Prince and Prince of Wales.
The newspaper revealed that there are reports that King Charles will discuss with British Prime Minister Liz Terrace whether he will attend the Egypt summit in November – once the official period of mourning for his mother ends.
According to the British government website, the period of national mourning continues from Buckingham Palace’s announcement of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II until the day of the official funeral, which was last Monday, September 19.
However, the royal family’s mourning period will continue for much longer. It was King Charles’ wish to continue the royal mourning until seven days after the Queen’s funeral.
“The royal mourning is obligated by members of the royal family, employees of the royal family and representatives of the royal family along with the forces committed to the duties of the ceremonies,” the statement read.