After waiting nearly 74 years to become king, Charles has used his first six months on the throne to meet faith leaders across the country, reshuffle royal residences, stage his first overseas state visit and hold a sleepover at Windsor Castle that included the coach of the England soccer team.
Then there was the big news: He opened the royal archive to researchers investigating the crown’s links to slavery.
We are already surprised by the Prince Charles who was turned into King Charles and who we still call Prince Charles, because that’s how we think of him,” said royal historian Robert Lacey. “But, actually, he’s become a monarch quicker than people expected.”
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