Daily uk news Royals put on a show of pomp and pageantry as the King welcomes his first world leader to Buckingham Palace as monarch: Kate and William ride along the Mall in golden carriage as Charles hosts South African president in historic state visit

PremierLeague-News.Com - The monarch and Queen Consort shook hands with Cyril Ramaphosa at the Royal Pavilion on Horse Guards Parade this afternoon ahead of a glamorous state banquet at the Palace tonight.

Daily uk news Royals put on a show of pomp and pageantry as the King welcomes his first world leader to Buckingham Palace as monarch: Kate and William ride along the Mall in golden carriage as Charles hosts South African president in historic state visit

PremierLeague-News.Com - The monarch and Queen Consort shook hands with Cyril Ramaphosa at the Royal Pavilion on Horse Guards Parade this afternoon ahead of a glamorous state banquet at the Palace tonight.

Daily uk news Royals put on a show of pomp and pageantry as the King welcomes his first world leader to Buckingham Palace as monarch: Kate and William ride along the Mall in golden carriage as Charles hosts South African president in historic state visit
22 November 2022 - 17:17

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Buckingham Palace heralded the first state visit of the new King's reign today with a dazzling display of pomp and pageantry.President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa, whose visit was in the planning before Queen Elizabeth II's death, was greeted by more than 1,000 soldiers, 230 horses, seven military bands and two state coaches.Both Their Majesties, the King and Queen Consort, were out on Horse Guards Parade to greet their guest at the start of his two-day official visit to the UK.He was escorted by the Prince and Princess of Wales - playing their most prominent role so far in a state event - who earlier in the day met with the president at his London hotel.Buckingham Palace is still undergoing a massive refurbishment programme and cannot host visitors overnight.It is the first state visit since President Trump in 2019, and sources say there was much 'excitement and anticipation' as the palace prepared to host such a sumptuous occasion.State visits - which are undertaken at the request of the Government - are seen as a significant tool in building closer ties and friendship between the UK and foreign powers, and the Royal Family play a unique role in making them happen.Royal officials breathed a sight of relief as the heavy rain experienced by London of late cleared up in time for today's spectacular outdoor arrival. The weather was still chilly, but the skies were a brilliant blue.National figures had gathered in the royal pavilion including Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and senior members of the Cabinet, as well as the Lord Mayor of London and the Defence Chiefs of Staff.The King and Queen Consort arrived to see, waiting on the parade ground, two immaculate lines of Foot Guards from Number 7 Company The Coldstream Guards making up the Guard of Honour.Nearby in their plumed helmets were the Sovereign's Escort of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment, Life Guards and Blues and Royals.Camilla, 75, provided a splash of colour in a royal blue wool crepe dress and coat by Fiona Clare and a blue feather beret by Philip Treacy.Shortly after 12pm a procession containing the President and the Prince and Princess of Wales arrived, greeted by a 41 gun salute by the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery from nearby Green Park. 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}); (left to right) The Queen Consort and the Prince and Princess of Wales as they inspect a Guard of Honour during the ceremonial welcome for President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa's State Visit to the UK South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa rides with Britain's King Charles III and Britain's Camilla, Queen Consort in the Irish State Coach, as they leave from Horse Guards Parade, headed to Buckingham Palace The Princess of Wales was elegant in an Emilia Wickstead coat dress which she paired with a matching hat as she welcomed South Africa's President to the UK today Meanwhile she paid subtle tribute to her mother-in-law with the outfit, wearing pearl earrings that were gifted to Diana before her wedding to Charles in 1981 Camilla, Queen Consort of the United Kingdom and King Charles III travel in State Carriage to Buckingham Palace following the welcome ceremony for the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa The State Carriage carrying Camilla, Queen Consort, King Charles III and South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa led by a mounted division of the Coldstream Guards arrives at the Grand Entrance of Buckingham Palace South African President Cyril Ramaphosa speaks at the Houses of Parliament during a state visit, in London this afternoon South African President Cyril Ramaphosa speaks at the Houses of Parliament during a state visit, in London this afternoon The royal mother-of-three was elegant as she welcomed Mr Ramaphosa today, donning the smart burgundy coat dress with a matching Sean Barrett hat and a £495 Mulberry bag South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa (C) reads late Queen Elizabeth II's message to anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela upon South Africa rejoining the Commonwealth in 1994 along with Britain's King Charles III and Britain's Queen Consort Camilla The royal mother-of-three appeared in high spirits as she travelled to the event earlier this afternoon  Camilla, Queen Consort, King Charles III and South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa arrive at the Grand Entrance of Buckingham Palace during a state visit Catherine Princess of Wales during the State Visit of the President of the Republic of South Africa this afternoon Britain's Prince William, Prince of Wales and his wife Britain's Catherine, Princess of Wales travel to greet South Africa's President Catherine Princess of Wales during the State Visit of the President of the Republic of South Africa this afternoonStepping out of his car, Mr Ramaphosa - whose wife was not able to travel for medical reasons - warmly greeted the King and Queen Consort.The party stood for the South African National Anthem before the King invited his guest to inspect the Guard of Honour.As they returned to the dais, a magnificent procession of liveried footmen and carriages led by the historic Irish State Coach clattered into view, into which the King, Queen Consort and President alighted.The lead coach was built in Dublin in 1851 as a speculative venture but was so admired by Queen Victoria after she saw it at the Great Exhibition that she bought it and used it as her state vehicle of choice.This was followed by the Prince and Princess of Wales - the latter dressing in a plum-coloured Emilia Wickstead dress, Sean Barrett hat and the Prince of Wales Feathers Pendant - in the Australian State Coach, presented to the Royal Family as a gift in 1988.The VIP group arrived a few minutes later at Buckingham Palace for a private lunch, at which they were joined by other members of the Royal Family, including the the Earl and Countess of Wessex and the Duke of Gloucester.Afterwards the seemingly very jovial party was treated to a small exhibition of South African artefacts from the Royal Collection in the Picture Gallery.It included a bowl given to the late Duke of Edinburgh to mark his attendance of Nelson Mandela's inauguration as president in 1994 and a letter written by the Queen to welcome South Africa back into the Commonwealth after 33 years.There was also a stunning chess set given to the duke by President Mandela when he visited London in 1996, the first by a South African head of state.It features two tribes - the Zulus and the Ndebele - in place of the traditional black and white pieces.'This is rather wonderful,' the King told the president proudly.A photograph of the then Prince of Wales with President Mandela and the Spice Girls in South Africa in 1997 also caught the President's eye. 'Ah, there you are,' he said with evident delight.Many of the visiting delegation seemed particularly pleased to see pictures of the late Queen dotted around the exhibition. 'I was there for that!' exclaimed the South African foreign minister.The late Queen had a particular affinity for the country after choosing it as the venue for her keynote 21st birthday speech in which she famously devoted her life to the service of others. King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort show South African President Cyril Ramaphosa items, including a photograph of President Mandela and Queen Elizabeth II, displayed as part of the Royal Collection King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort show South African President Cyril Ramaphosa items, including a a chess set, which was a gift from President Mandela to the Duke of Edinburgh in 1996, displayed as part of the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace King Charles III, Camilla, Queen Consort and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa view items displayed as part of the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson gestures during a state visit of South African President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Houses of Parliament King Charles III, Camilla, Queen Consort and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa view items displayed as part of the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort show South African President Cyril Ramaphosa items, including a a chess set, which was a gift from President Mandela to the Duke of Edinburgh in 1996, displayed as part of the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson looks on during a state visit of South African President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Houses of Parliament King Charles III, Camilla, Queen Consort and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa view items displayed as part of the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa visits Westminster Abbey in London accompanied by the Dean Of Westminster Abbey The Very Reverend David Hoyle President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa takes a picture on his phone of a memorial stone to former Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill during a tour of Westminster Abbey (left to right) The Queen Consort, King Charles III and President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa as they arrive to view a display of South African items from the Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace The royal mother-of-three was elegant as she welcomed Mr Ramaphosa today, donning the smart burgundy coat dress with a matching Sean Barrett hat and a Mulberry bag Britain's King Charles and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa attend a ceremonial welcome, during the President's state visit, at Horse Guards Parade King Charles III during the State Visit of the President of the Republic of South Africa in London this afternoon President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa, walks with King Charles III (not pictured) as they inspect a Guard of Honour more videos 1 2 3 Watch video RMT's Mick Lynch announces series of strikes in run up to Christmas Watch video Before tragedy: Children killed in Nottingham flat fire seen playing Watch video England fans detained after dressing up as Christian crusaders Watch video Bizarre moment security guard checks in 'ghost patient' at hospital Watch video Moment suspected drunk driver crashed into a pregnant mum's car Watch video Women's rights speaker called for 'hate crime' interview by police Watch video Men mobilised by Putin prepared for war by brawling in nightclub Watch video Harvey's dream came true after making Gatwick Express announcement Watch video Shocking moment elephant collapses while being beaten in Thailand Watch video Reporter puzzled after being robbed live on air at Qatar World Cup Watch video Jack Grealish promises superfan Finlay 'worm' tribute if he scores Watch video Harry Redknapp: 'Ridiculous' to give yellow card for wearing armband DM.later('bundle', function(){ DM.molFeCarousel.init('#p-98', 'channelCarousel', { "activeClass" : "wocc", "pageCount" : "3.0", "pageSize" : 1, "onPos": 0, "updateStyleOnHover": true }); }); Britain's Prince William, Prince of Wales, (C) and his wife Britain's Catherine, Princess of Wales, greet South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa (L) at the Corinthia Hotel in London Kate leaves the Corinthia Hotel after greeting the South African president this morning more videos 1 2 3 Watch video RMT's Mick Lynch announces series of strikes in run up to Christmas Watch video Before tragedy: Children killed in Nottingham flat fire seen playing Watch video England fans detained after dressing up as Christian crusaders Watch video Bizarre moment security guard checks in 'ghost patient' at hospital Watch video Moment suspected drunk driver crashed into a pregnant mum's car Watch video Women's rights speaker called for 'hate crime' interview by police Watch video Men mobilised by Putin prepared for war by brawling in nightclub Watch video Harvey's dream came true after making Gatwick Express announcement Watch video Shocking moment elephant collapses while being beaten in Thailand Watch video Reporter puzzled after being robbed live on air at Qatar World Cup Watch video Jack Grealish promises superfan Finlay 'worm' tribute if he scores Watch video Harry Redknapp: 'Ridiculous' to give yellow card for wearing armband DM.later('bundle', function(){ DM.molFeCarousel.init('#p-103', 'channelCarousel', { "activeClass" : "wocc", "pageCount" : "3.0", "pageSize" : 1, "onPos": 0, "updateStyleOnHover": true }); 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}); Speaking after the day's events, Lieutenant Colonel James Shaw, Brigade Major of the Household Division, who delivered the morning's military ceremonial spectacle, said: 'The state visit is a historic first: our first state visit for His Majesty the King and the President of South Africa, the first state visit in London since 2019, the first processional state visit on Horse Guards since 2018, and the first for almost everyone on parade.'He added: 'A huge amount of work has gone into preparing for the visit and we are very proud to support such an important national occasion.'His Majesty the King is said to have been 'delighted' to proceed with the plans to host the South African delegation as his first inward state visit following his accession to the throne.Tonight a glittering state banquet will be held at Buckingham Palace to close the day, featuring white tie for male VIPs and tiaras for the ladies.Climate change, trade and Charles's vision for the Commonwealth are thought to be on the agenda during Mr Ramaphosa's two-day visit. South Africa is the UK's biggest trading partner on the continent with trade between both countries worth £10.7billion annually.However, despite the wealth of pomp and pageantry on display, the visit risks being clouded by events in South Africa, where Mr Ramaphosa risks impeachment for allegedly failing to report a major raid at his luxury farmhouse which saw raiders take £3.4million in cash.It comes as Prime Minister Rishi Sunak today announced the UK and South Africa will join forces to 'turbocharge infrastructure investment and economic growth together'.The next phase of the UK-South Africa Infrastructure Partnership is being launched today, supporting South Africa's economic growth through major infrastructure developments and offering increased access to UK companies to projects worth up to £5.37 billion over the next three years, said Downing Street.Mr Sunak said: 'South Africa is already the UK's biggest trading partner on the continent, and we have ambitious plans to turbocharge infrastructure investment and economic growth together.'I look forward to welcoming President Ramaphosa to London this week to discuss how we can deepen the partnership between our two great nations and capitalise on shared opportunities, from trade and tourism and security and defence.'The two-day state visit will see a series of firsts for the royal family who will take part in events over the coming two days as they host their guest Mr Ramaphosa.South Africa's High Commissioner, Jeremiah Nyamane Mamabolo, hailed the importance of the state visit after speaking to the King a few weeks ago when Charles visited an exhibition of South African fashion in London.Mr Mamabolo, who is expected to be among the state banquet guests, said: 'The important thing is that the King has focused for his first visit, to be with Africa, South Africa, and the Commonwealth.' King Charles III shakes hands with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at Horse Guards Parade in London, ahead of the arrival of President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa for a State Visit to the UK South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa (L) is greeted by Britain's King Charles III and Britain's Camilla, Queen Consort South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa (L) walks with Britain's King Charles III as they inspect a Guard of Honour during a Ceremonial Welcome on Horse Guards Parade (left to right) the Prince and Princess of Wales arrive as President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa, King Charles III and the Queen Consort look on before they inspect a Guard of Honour during the ceremonial welcome for his State Visit to the UK South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa and Britain's King Charles III inspect a Guard of Honour, formed by Number 7 Company Coldstream Guards, during a Ceremonial Welcome on Horse Guards Parade in London Charles III has arrived at the Royal Pavilion on Horse Guards Parade as he prepares to welcome South African president Cyril Ramaphosa for his first state visit as monarch Camilla, Queen Consort during the State Visit of the President of the Republic of South Africa The King and The Queen Consort formally welcome The President at the Royal Pavilion on Horse Guards Parade Prime Minister Rishi Sunak during the ceremonial welcome for the State Visit to the UK by South African President Cyril Ramaphosa Foreign Secretary James Cleverly (left) and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak attend the ceremonial welcome for the State Visit to the UK by the South African President Cyril Ramaphosa Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Home Secretary Suella Braverman were also present for the event on Horse Guards Parade British Secretary of State for the Home Department Suella Braverman looks on during a state visit of South African President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Houses of Parliament Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey (centre), ahead of President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa, addressing MPs and peers in the Royal Gallery at the Palace of Westminster in London more videos 1 2 3 Watch video RMT's Mick Lynch announces series of strikes in run up to Christmas Watch video Before tragedy: Children killed in Nottingham flat fire seen playing Watch video England fans detained after dressing up as Christian crusaders Watch video Bizarre moment security guard checks in 'ghost patient' at hospital Watch video Moment suspected drunk driver crashed into a pregnant mum's car Watch video Women's rights speaker called for 'hate crime' interview by police Watch video Men mobilised by Putin prepared for war by brawling in nightclub Watch video Harvey's dream came true after making Gatwick Express announcement Watch video Shocking moment elephant collapses while being beaten in Thailand Watch video Reporter puzzled after being robbed live on air at Qatar World Cup Watch video Jack Grealish promises superfan Finlay 'worm' tribute if he scores Watch video Harry Redknapp: 'Ridiculous' to give yellow card for wearing armband DM.later('bundle', function(){ DM.molFeCarousel.init('#p-131', 'channelCarousel', { "activeClass" : "wocc", "pageCount" : "3.0", "pageSize" : 1, "onPos": 0, "updateStyleOnHover": true }); }); RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Royal experts accuse Gary Neville of making a 'desperate'... Charles will host first state visit as King today when he... Mystery as King Charles's cousin the Earl of Snowdon, 61,... Share this article Share Mr Ramaphosa was Jacob Zuma's deputy in 2014 and gained the presidency in 2018.But he is currently fighting for his political life and facing calls to resign as the deeply divided ruling party African National Congress (ANC) is to hold a vote on its leadership in December.A scandal in which Ramaphosa is accused of concealing a multi-million dollar cash theft has piled pressure on him.He faces an accusation that he failed to report a heist at his luxury cattle farmhouse in which robbers took $4million (£3.4m) in cash and instead organised for the robbers to be kidnapped and bribed into silence.The president has acknowledged a burglary but denies kidnapping and bribery, saying he reported the break-in to the police.A panel appointed by South Africa's parliament is set to determine whether to impeach him.

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