New Zealand held a formal ceremony on the grounds of Parliament, led by Governor-General Cindy Kilo and MS Ardern, which began with the national anthem and prayers.
Ardern said he was confident Britain’s relationship with the royal family would “deepen”.
“King Charles has had a long-standing affection for Aotearoa New Zealand and has consistently demonstrated his deep concern for our country.
“This relationship is very much appreciated by our people. I have no doubt it will deepen,” she said.
Praising the Queen, she added: We are forever grateful that she has a close bond with our country, but it’s a bond and affection that extends to her entire family,” she said.
Australia, too, after officially recognizing King Charles as the country’s new sovereign.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said he was “overwhelmed with grief” after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. “I think it’s an apt statement of how many Australians are feeling at this time that grief is the price we pay for her love, in Queen Elizabeth’s own words. increase.
“Today we formally mark the new head of state of King Charles III and the proclamation is the first in my life, the first in the majority of Australians’ lives and a historic event.”
https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/jacinda-ardern-new-zealand-king-charles-iii-royal-news-b1024825.html Jacinda Ardern says royal ties will ‘deepen’ under Charles III