Queen Elizabeth II, who just turned 92 on Saturday, made a very important announcement after the big day.
The Queen has named her son and successor, Prince Charles, 69, to assume the role of the Commonwealth leadership. The Queen and Her Family Hosted the Meeting of Commonwealth Heads of Government at Buckingham Palace 2018 The first time the meeting took place in Britain for 20 years . It was seen as a chance to reunite with British train colonies and revive the loose alliance of 53 Commonwealth lands before the Brexit
"It is my sincere desire that the Commonwealth continue to provide stability and continuity for the future and that the Prince of Wales will one day continue the important work that my father began in 1949," the Queen said meeting.
The prince was fortunate enough to accept the role of the leader of the Commonwealth of Nations, which included the formation of territories of the British Empire throughout the world.
Watch as Queen Elizabeth II calls her successor in the following image:
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