King Charles III Takes Over: What’s Next for the U.K. Monarchy | WSJ




Queen Elizabeth II was a globally popular unifying figure. WSJ explains how King Charles III—who isn’t as popular—will steer the royals through a delicate transition to secure the family’s moral authority as it enters a new era after the queen’s death.

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