King Charles ‘was told Queen was dying in call after footsteps ran through hallway – then everything fell silent’

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KING Charles was told his mother was dying in a cellphone call sooner than “everything fell silent”, primarily based on a royal commentator.

The model new monarch and Queen Consort Camilla had been at Dumfries Home in Scotland when an aide was heard working down the corridor to hunt out them, it’s reported.

King Charles was told the Queen was dying in a phone call, according to a royal commentator

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King Charles was told the Queen was dying in a cellphone call, primarily based on a royal commentatorCredit rating: PA
He managed to make it to his mother's bedside before she died

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He managed to make it to his mother’s bedside sooner than she diedCredit rating: Reuters

Camilla was about to doc an interview with former US President George Bush’s daughter when Charles was frantically handed the cellphone, primarily based on Newsweek’s chief royal correspondent Jack Royston.

He was told the Queen’s properly being was failing, prompting the pair to make a final-minute dash to Balmoral.

Royal commentator Royston told True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat: “Charles and Camilla had been in Dumfries Home.

“Camilla was actually about to doc an interview with Jenna Bush Hager, who talked about she heard footsteps working in the hallway.

“Charles took a call, everything was silent, and they also had been requested to be silent.”

The King’s helicopter was scrambled from his property in East Ayrshire, Dumfries Home, inside minutes of receiving the grave data.

In response to Royston, the couple had been told of the Queen’s ailing state of affairs at spherical 12.30pm on September 8.

At 12.34pm, an announcement from Buckingham Palace was launched revealing the Queen’s docs had been “concerned for Her Majesty’s properly being”.

Royston told the programme: “Subsequent issue she knew, Charles and Camilla had been in a helicopter.

“And that was at 12.30pm, in order that was spherical exactly the similar time that we had been told.”

The Queen died at Balmoral that afternoon on the age of 96 with Charles by her bedside.

He and Princess Anne had been the one two senior members who managed to make it to the Queen’s bedside sooner than she handed away.


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Senior royals confronted a grim race in opposition to time to say goodbye after docs shared the tragic data Her Majesty had merely hours to dwell.

Sadly merely two of the Queen’s 4 children had been in a place to make it to her bedside in time.

Princess Anne and King Charles had been in Scotland on royal enterprise already when the heartbreaking data was launched.

However completely different members of the royal family had been scattered spherical England as a result of the eleventh-hour dash was launched.

Prince Andrew, Prince William, Prince Edward and his partner Sophie Wessex all flew to Aberdeen by personal jet merely after 2.30pm.

The Duke of Cambridge and Cornwall drove his family into the property nonetheless sadly the Queen had already handed.

In the meantime, Prince Harry arrived at 8pm, after the heartbreaking data of the 96-12 months-outdated’s dying was launched by the Palace to most of the people.


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