King Charles Breaks Tradition: New Plans for Queen Elizabeth II’s Death Anniversary

In a surprising departure from tradition, King Charles III is set to break away from his annual trip to the Castle of Mey in Caithness to commemorate the first anniversary of his accession.

Instead, he will mark the solemn occasion in Balmoral, according to former royal butler Grant Harrold.

Known for his strong belief in the traditional protocol, the newly crowned King will divide his time between Balmoral and his private home, paying homage to the royal estate’s significance.

Harrold shared insights in an interview with Spin Genie, stating that the decision might be met with mixed emotions for the King, who has cherished memories of spending time at the Castle of Mey with his late father and mother.

Usually, in August, King Charles would enjoy a week at the Mey castle, once owned by Queen Elizabeth II. However, this year’s change reflects the importance of upholding traditional protocols during such significant events.

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