Two future Kings keep 500-year-old tradition alive
as Charles reads Queen's Speech

It was a moment of change.

The last time an heir to the throne read the speech on behalf of the Monarch at the State Opening of Parliament, it was 1819.

The future Queen Victoria had just been born and the Prince Regent, who had been acting for his father for nearly a decade, was still a year away from being crowned King George IV.

203 years later, it happened again.


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Prince Charles
Heir apparent to the British throne



Prince William
Duke of Cambridge



Camilla
Duchess of Cornwall



Boris Johnson
British Prime Minister



Keir Starmer
Labour Party Leader



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