SHARON Osbourne discussed King Charles III’s future on TalkTV last night following the sad news of his mother Queen Elizabeth II’s death.
She added King Charles “will be an amazing king” and “do great things for the country”.
Reflecting on the wider royal family, Sharon continued her tribute and shared: “So many people miss the point – they are a family, a tight knit family. The grandchildren and the children will be completely devastated.
“She represented strength. Why would anybody want to come to Britain? Because of our traditions, because of our royal family.
“Everything that comes with Britain, it’s historical. She kept going and that’s what makes Britain different from every other country – our traditions.”
Recalling the Platinum Jubilee celebrations earlier this year, she said: “Look what we went through this year with celebrating her – that was magnificent – nobody does that like the English.”
Talking about the spine-tingling moment the Queen appeared on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, Sharon went on: “It will never happen again in our country that there will be another monarch that will reign for so long.
“You could never ever say anything against the Queen, she never went wrong with one step. And when she took her oath to be a servant to this country she never broke it – she has served this country her entire life. Can you imagine the things she must have put aside, personally, family wise, things that she would have loved to have done, to serve her country.
“She never put a foot wrong, a magnificent woman. She will go down in history as the greatest Queen the country has ever had.”
While sharing in the nation’s sadness Sharon said she looked forward to watching King Charles III take on the iconic role.
“It’s unsettling and I know the mourning will go on and on and on, people will never stop mourning for her but I do have to say that I think Charles will be am amazing King I have so much respect for him and I think he will take care of all of us,” she said.
“He will be a good King, he can’t fill her shoes but he will do it his way. I have all confidence, I adore him, I respect him and he will do great things for this country.”
Today thousands of well-wishers are gathering outside Buckingham Palace to mourn the death of the Queen.
Crowds gathered at the main gates in front of the palace with more people on The Mall.
Hundreds of floral tributes have been laid at the gates of the palace in central London.
Messages read: “Queen Elizabeth II rest with God.”
Another said: “R.I.P unparalleled Queen and everyone’s grandma.”
The flag was seen flying at half mast today marking the loss of Her Majesty.