The Four Words That Made King Charles Nearly Cry In Public

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The loss of his mother, the Queen, on the day he assumed the throne of Britain, a moment he said he had been "dreading," couldn't have been simple for King Charles.

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Most of us will never fully comprehend how these two significant life events coincided.

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It is so understandable why the distraught monarch showed great emotion during one of his first public appearances following his formal proclamation.

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King Charles arrived at Buckingham Palace on September 10, 2022, after being proclaimed king of the realm (via Daily Mail).

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Although the former Prince of Wales has always been a somewhat stoic royal, he appeared as cool as ever. However, if you looked closely, you could see tears dripping in his eyes.

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He was moved to tears by the audience's cries of "God Save the King."

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In fact, the phrases are being chanted wherever he goes; ITV has video of King Charles welcoming audiences at Clarence House and hearing the same refrain.

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According to a tweet, "God Save the King" was also sung on Saturday during an English cricket match.

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According to Sky News, the national anthem was officially sung for the first time in more than 70 years on Friday at a mourning service at St. James Cathedral.

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