Senior royals congregate at Balmoral for their first summer vacation after the Queen’s passing, including Charles and Camilla, Prince William, Kate, Andrew, Edward, Sophie, and the Queen’s lady-in-waiting Lady Susan Hussey.


Senior members of the royal family gathered for their first summer holiday at Balmoral since the passing of Queen Elizabeth. The group included King Charles, Queen Camilla, Prince William, Princess Catherine, Prince Andrew, Princess Anne, and Lady Susan Hussey, who was a close confidante of the late Queen. This marked the largest assembly of royals at Balmoral since Queen Elizabeth’s death last year. As the anniversary of her passing approaches, they attended a church service near the estate, where the Queen spent her final days before her demise in September. King Charles, deviating from his usual preference for Birkhall, will stay at Balmoral for three weeks to honor his late mother, including the anniversary of her passing next month. Additionally, King Charles and Queen Camilla participated in a ceremony to present a new color, the Ballater Colour, to the Royal Guard, a tradition observed during the summer months when the King resides at Balmoral Castle.

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