KING Charles will travel to Parliament this morning to deliver a historic speech to the House of Commons and Lords following the death of Queen Elizabeth.
At Westminster Hall, the monarch will listen to messages of condolence from MPs and peers before giving a response.
He will be joined by his wife Camilla, the Queen Consort.
Westminster Hall, which was built in 1097 under William II, has hosted speeches from esteemed dignitaries including Nelson Mandela and the Pope.
In 2002, the Queen Mother was displayed in the Grand Building for three days.
Queen Elizabeth will also be in state from Wednesday this week until Monday’s state funeral.
Members of the public are expected to line up for approximately 11 hours to view the casket and pay their respects.
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On Friday and Saturday, MPs and peers paid heartfelt tributes to Queen Elizabeth in Parliament.
Liz Truss hailed the late monarch as “one of the greatest leaders the world has ever known”.
After addressing Parliament at 10 a.m., the King will travel to Edinburgh, where a key ceremony will take place at the Palace of Holyrood House.
After the key ceremony, the King will join the procession of the Queen’s coffin to Saint-Gilles Cathedral.
Afterwards, the King and Queen Consort, accompanied by other members of the Royal Family, will attend a service of prayer and reflection for the life of the Queen at Saint-Gilles Cathedral.
The King will receive the First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, followed by the President of the Ceremony, at the Palace of Holyroodhouse.