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King Charles III has held an audience with Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby in the 1844 Room of Buckingham Palace.

The room, named to commemorate the 1844 visit by Russian Emperor Nicholas I, is used by the royal family to meet important guests.

It is where the Queen met the Japanese Emperor Akihito in 2007 and King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands in 2018. She also recorded several of her traditional Christmas messages there.

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The Archbishop was present this morning for the the Accession Council to sign the proclamation of Charles III as King.

The Archbishop of Canterbury is the leader of the Church of England, of which Charles is now the supreme governor.

The King is also expected to hold audiences with the Dean of Westminster, the prime minister and members of the cabinet, as well as leaders of opposition political parties.

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