Queen Elizabeth: The royal court’s mourning period is not over yet but the monarchy rolls on.

As a result, most of the public engagements expected of the senior royals have been canceled. A handful have gone ahead but these have largely been opportunities for the Windsors to acknowledge some of the parties involved in the ceremonial arrangements of the last fortnight.

For example, the Prince and Princess of Wales surprised volunteers at Windsor’s Guildhall on Thursday to express their gratitude for helping with the crowds that turned out to pay their respects. Separately, Princess Anne visited Portsmouth Naval Base to thank navy personnel for the part they played in the funeral procession.

Just a day after laying his mother to rest, Charles III turned his attention to government matters and picked up where the late Queen had left off, approving a series of ministerial appointments, according to Downing Street. While it seems so much has happened since, let’s not forget that Queen Elizabeth II had only invited new Prime Minister Liz Truss to form a government just two days…

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