King Charles and his wife Camilla, Queen Consort, have greeted hundreds of adoring fans outside of Buckingham Palace.
Charles is back at Clarence House following a day of formalities - he was proclaimed king by the Accession Council on Saturday morning, and later held audiences at Buckingham Palace.
He stopped to thank well-wishers who'd been waiting outside.
Camilla, who has been retitled Queen Consort following Charles' accession to the throne, was greeted by cheers from the crowds.
Charles' proclamation, which took place at the palace on Saturday morning, was attended by 200 privy counsellors, including the new Prime Minister Liz Truss, who swore in the new King, following his beloved mother's death on Thursday.
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