King Charles III gave a touching speech mourning the death of his mother this evening while revealing the new titles of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

The grieving monarch took the opportunity to welcome William and Kate into their new roles of Prince and Princess of Wales – something that royal expert Kinsey Schofield says they truly deserve.

"What a beautiful speech," Schofield said.

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"You could sense not only his affection for William but for his wife, the Princess of Wales.

"No one is more deserving of the title than Kate Middleton: the definition of grace and perseverance."

The new sovereign was emotional during the address to the nation when remembering his "darling mama" who sadly passed away at 96 yesterday afternoon (September 8), and Kinsey said it showed his "soft heart."

"You can see a man mourning the loss of his mother while he accepts his new responsibilities as a beacon. He didn’t have to tell us that he was proud of his mother, although he did! Because you could see it in his face and hear it in his voice. This is a man with a soft heart."

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And it wasn't just Kate and the late Queen who got special mentions during the address to the nation.

The newly-appointed Queen Camilla was also praised by her loving husband, and Kinsey, calling the pair "soulmates", said she hopes history would be "kinder to this love story".

"I count on the loving help of my darling wife, Camilla," the King said.

"In recognition of her own loyal public service since our marriage 17 years ago, she becomes my Queen Consort.

"I know she will bring to the demands of her new role the steadfast devotion to duty on which I have come to rely so much."

Kinsey added: "Charles speaks of Camilla almost as highly as he speaks of his mother."

"There is no doubt that these two are soulmates."

Camilla and Charles' love was fraught long before they tied the knot.

According to Charles' authorised biography, the pair began an affair in 1986 – while Charles was still married to Princess Diana.

Since then the pair have faced scrutiny and their relationship has divided opinion – and it was even thrown into question whether Charles would be able to become King after he and Diana split.

But Kinsey is sympathetic to the pair and added: "I am starting to wonder if history will be kinder to this love story."

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