The longest-reigning monarch in British history, Queen Elizabeth II, passed away on Thursday, 9 September 2022. She was aged 96. The valuable, diamond-encrusted Kohinoor throne will now be passed to another in line. Who will put on the Kohinoor this time?
According to a few media stories, the Queen’s eldest son, King Charles III, will become the next king and receive the Kohinoor-studded crown. According to Kohinoor’s succession history, the gem will instead go to the following Queen, who in this instance is the Queen Consort, Camilla Parker Bowles.
The platinum tiara that Queen Elizabeth II wore while she was the queen of England today houses the Kohinoor stone. After Charles assumes control of the English monarchy, Camilla Parker Bowles will become the Queen Consort, the Queen revealed in February of this year. Now that the Queen has passed away, Camilla will probably be donning the Kohinoor.
The Kohinoor, which is frequently referred to be the most valuable diamond, measures about 105.6 carats. The stone was discovered in 14th-century India. The priceless diamond was discovered even during Kaaktiya Dynasty’s rule in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh
Accession To The Throne, Queen Elizabeth II
King George VI’s health began to deteriorate significantly in 1951. Being his eldest child, Princess Elizabeth accompanied King George VI at several state functions, such as the Traipsing of the Colour. On February 6, 1952, the monarch unfortunately died. Princess Elizabeth became the Empress as a result of the sad passing of her father.
The first few times of her monarchy were marked by intense sadness for her father, King George VI, but the lady courageously carried out all the standard obligations and duties of the monarch after relocating to Buckingham Palace and Clarence House. On November 4, 1952, she performed the first state inauguration of Parliament during her rule. On June 2, 1953, the Monarch was crowned at Westminster Abbey.