Buckingham Palace has revealed the first details of the upcoming coronation of Charles III
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Celebrations will be held from 6 to 8 May not only in London, but throughout the country.
The official coronation of Charles III will take place on 6 May, and its celebration will last until 8 May. This is reported by CNN with reference to Buckingham Palace, which revealed the first details of the upcoming ceremony.
The coronation will take place in Westminster Abbey. A solemn religious service on this occasion will be held by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby.
It is reported that Charles and his wife Camilla, Queen Consort, will arrive at Westminster Abbey in a procession from Buckingham Palace known as the “Royal Procession” and return later in a larger ceremonial procession known as the “Coronation Procession”, accompanied by other members of the royal families. The King and Queen Consort, along with members of the royal family, will then appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to wrap up the day's activities.
Thousands of “Big Coronation Dinner” events will take place across the country on May 7th, with as-yet-unnamed “world music icons and contemporary stars” coming together for the “Coronation Concert” to be held on the East Lawn of Windsor Castle.
Monday, May 8, it was also decided to make a day off. He will be assigned to volunteer, he is called “big help”. The purpose of the day is to use volunteering to bring communities together and create a lasting legacy of volunteering after Coronation Weekend.
Throughout the days of the celebration, the sights of the UK will be illuminated with the help of projections, lasers, drone displays and Illuminati.
Apparently, the coronation of Charles III will be different from that of his mother, and will become more restrained. This means that the ceremony itself will be shorter, as well as some amendments to certain feudal elements of the ritual.
At the moment, the palace has not specified which family members will appear in the procession and on the balcony. The public is interested in whether Prince Harry with Meghan Markle and the king's brother, Prince Andrew, who fell into disgrace due to a sex scandal, will be at the coronation.
It is expected that world leaders will visit London these days, as well as millions of tourists. Despite the fact that everyone is invited to the celebration, however, not all Britons intend to share the general rejoicing. In particular, the anti-monarchist campaign group “Republic” promised to hold a protest near Westminster Abbey.
“The coronation is a celebration of hereditary power and privilege, it has no place in modern society. This senseless theatrical production worth tens of millions of pounds sterling is a slap in the face for millions of people struggling with the cost of living crisis.We have already contacted the Metropolitan Police and expect them to contribute to a peaceful and meaningful protest.We intend to make our presence felt in parliament square as the royal procession passes to the abbey “, – said the press secretary of the organization Graham Smith.