#UK Queen Elizabeth II's reign symbolically comes to an end with ceremonial 'breaking of the wand' #UKnews

#UK Queen Elizabeth II’s reign symbolically comes to an end with ceremonial ‘breaking of the wand’ #UKnews

#UK Queen Elizabeth II’s reign symbolically comes to an end with ceremonial ‘breaking of the wand’ #UKnews
#UK Queen Elizabeth II's reign symbolically comes to an end with ceremonial 'breaking of the wand' #UKnews

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Queen Elizabeth II’s reign symbolically comes to an end with ceremonial ‘breaking of the wand’: St George’s Chapel sings ‘God Save the King’ as Charles III departs memorial earlier than non-public household service later

An historic custom generally known as the ‘breaking of the wand’ happened as we speak to symbolically mark the end of the Queen’s reign as St George’s Chapel burst right into a rendition of ‘God Save the Queen’. 

In a transferring ceremony, the  Lord Chamberlain – who oversees a lot of the royal family – symbolically snapped his Wand of Office, which was historically used to self-discipline noisy courtiers.  

The breaking of this workers signifies the end of his service to the Queen. King Charles III will now appoint his personal Lord Chamberlain to run the function below his new duties as monarch.

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