The royal website was updated after the Queen’s death

The Royal Family’s official website was updated following the Queen’s death, with Charles now listed as His Majesty the King.

Charles automatically succeeded his mother as the nation’s monarch upon her death, but he will not be formally proclaimed king until an accession council is held at St James’s Palace in London on Saturday.

However, already lists Charles as King, while his wife Camilla is officially listed as Queen Consort.

The site’s home page has also been updated with a list of special articles dedicated to the Queen’s life and reign.

Articles range from “Early Life and Education” to “The Queen and the Commonwealth,” while there are also features devoted to her hobbies and the milestones of her historic reign.

Elsewhere, a “condolence book” has been added, allowing people from all over the world to send messages of support to the royal family.

The website states: “A selection of messages will be passed on to members of the royal family and may be preserved in the royal archives for posterity.”

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