Watch in full: King Charles III and Queen Consort attend Scottish parliament session

Watch in full: king charles iii and queen consort attend scottish parliament session

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King Charles III and Queen Consort attended a Scottish parliament session in memory of his mother Queen Elizabeth II.

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