First visit to Wales as the King announced
King Charles III is set to visit Wales for the first time as the King on Friday.
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Queen Elizabeth II, Britain's longest ever reigning monarch, died aged 96 on Thursday, passing the throne to the heir.
The King will attend a service of prayer and meet the first minister on the visit to Cardiff.
The visit comes as part of a tour of the UK nations ahead of the Queen's funeral.
The Queen's funeral will be held on Monday 19 September.
A bank holiday across the UK has been approved by the new king on the day of the funeral, with the Welsh government confirming schools will not be expected to open.
In a statement Buckingham Palace confirmed the King and the Queen Consort would visit Wales at the end of a tour of the UK nations next week ahead of the funeral.
BBC Political Editor Chris Mason said Prime Minister Liz Truss would also travel to Cardiff on Friday when the King visits.
The King and Camilla, Queen Consort, will first visit Scotland on their accession tour, before heading to Northern Ireland.
After returning to London, where they will witness the arrival of Queen Elizabeth II's coffin, the couple will travel to Wales on Friday.
Cardiff council confirmed the visit will begin at Llandaff Cathedral were the Royal couple will join a service of prayer and reflection attended by senior faith leaders.
They will then visit the Senedd to receive a motion of condolence, followed by a reception at Cardiff Castle, where the King will meet First Minister Mark Drakeford and the Senedd's Presiding Officer Elin Jones.
The public are welcome to gather in the castle grounds and it is expected the King and Queen Consort will meet the public.
But Cardiff council warned that admission would be limited to around 2,000 people.