Charles will be proclaimed King in York in two separate ceremonies today, and once in Selby (Sunday, 11 September).
The double ceremony will reflect York’s role as both a regional and city centre.
York ceremony 1
The regional proclamation will take place at 1pm at the Eye of York. It will be carried out by the Lord Lieutenant on behalf of North Yorkshire.
York ceremony 2
The local proclamation will take place on the steps of the Mansion House at 4pm, to be carried out by the Lord Mayor of York.
People are welcome to watch both ceremonies.
In Selby, the proclamation will take place at Selby Abbey at 4pm.
A book of condolence has been opened at Selby Abbey and is available for members of the public to sign. Anyone wishing to lay floral tributes in memory of the Queen can do so in the grounds of the abbey.