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Message from Royal Holloway: Welcoming His Majesty The King

  • Date10 September 2022

Following the proclamation of the new King, Professor Ken Badcock, Interim Principal of Royal Holloway, University of London, said:

His Majesty The King

“Students and staff at Royal Holloway welcome the new King, His Majesty King Charles III.

“As a respected member of the Royal family, he has worked tirelessly to make a difference both in the UK and internationally.

“As our King, he will lead our nation with vigour.”

Please note, to mark the proclamation of the new monarch, King Charles III, in London today, Saturday, 10 September, and in line with national protocol, the Union Flag on our Founder’s building has been raised to full mast. It will then be lowered back to half-mast tomorrow, Sunday 11 September, for the remainder of the period of national mourning.

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