On Friday September 16, the former Prince of Wales was in Cardiff for the last leg of his four-nation tour of the United Kingdom. Did he convince the British? Here is a first assessment of these first days as King.
The gestures of a new British sovereign were never captured by the cameras. Charles III is well aware of this, so he spends a week trying to make himself closer to his subjects. For this, he multiplies his walks. On the afternoon of Friday 16 September, he flew to Cardiff, Wales (UK) to conclude his four-nation tour of the Kingdom.
From the first day of his reign, the King stopped his car in front of Buckingham’s gates and allowed a woman to kiss him on the cheek. “I think he’ll do a good job, he’s off to a good start.”A man says. “He learned a lot from his mother”, a woman thinks. From his first speech, he convinced many Britons of his new role. As an affirmation of modernity, he lets the cameras risk showing his annoying moments.
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