Proclamation of accession of Elizabeth II

Proclamation Of Accession Of Elizabeth II

Proclamation of accession of Elizabeth II

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Queen Elizabeth II was proclaimed sovereign of each of the Commonwealth realms on 6 and 7 February 1952, after the death of her father, King George VI, in the night between 5 February and 6 February, and while the Princess was in Kenya.

The Queen's Privy Council for Canada issued the first proclamation of the Queen's accession, doing so on 6 February. It was read at Rideau Hall as follows:

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The proclamation in the United Kingdom was as follows:

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The Governor-General of Australia, Sir William McKell issued the proclamation of the Queen's accession on the 8th of February. (Note that Australia is several time zones ahead of the United Kingdom and Canada). It was read from the steps of Parliament House as follows:

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As approved by the members of the British Privy Council, the Lord Mayor of the......
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