Nearly a month after the death of Elizabeth II, the British still have not fully recovered from the grief that the longest-reigning monarch in the country’s history has passed away. Elizabeth II died on 8 September at Balmoral Castle, leaving the throne in the hands of her son. Since his proclamation as King, Charles III has begun to work his way up as King of all Britons. The sovereign already has new ideas to put into practice, and one of them is to pay tribute to his mother, Isabel.
as stated by daily mail, Carlos III intends to turn Balmoral Castle into a public monument to the Queen, and open it up to even more visits. The estate was where the Queen died three weeks earlier, so it has the most symbolic meaning for the British royal family and all citizens who admire the late Queen.
According to the medium above, the Scottish palace, where the Queen spent her final days before her death, will have exhibitions and a permanent place to honor the late monarch’s legacy. Currently, the palace is open to the public for visits in the spring and summer months, but not until 31 July until early September, when the royal family is in residence, a favorite of the members.
Under King Charles III’s new plans, revealed by British tabloids, the sovereign would also allow members of the public to visit his mother’s holiday home while he remains there. Although Charles will not use Balmoral as his main Scottish residence, he hopes the private property, along with other royal residences, will be more accessible to the public so that the Queen’s followers can learn more about his life.
While Elizabeth II venerated this residence, the current King of the British, for his part, preferred the neighboring Birkhall property, which he had inherited after the death of his grandmother, the Queen Mother. He and Queen Consort Camilla also spent their honeymoon here. The property is located a few meters from Balmoral, so it is actually very close to the farm that was once a favorite of Elizabeth II.
Balmoral Castle, located in the Scottish city of Aberdeenshire, was built in 1390. In fact, in 1848 it became the royal residence of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Throughout her life, Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom and her husband Philip of Edinburgh used it as a private summer residence, a favorite of the Queen, where she spent the last days of her life in the circle of her faith.