The building has been the site of coronations since 1066, and is now ready in all its glory for the fortieth.

Third. This will be the 40th coronation of Charles, which will take place in Westminster Abbey. A few hours before Saturday’s event, a stunning shot of the historic building appeared on the royal family’s social media pages, as everything was ready to place the crown on the new monarch’s head.

You can almost feel the excitement of waiting in the church halls.

Seventy years after the coronation of the second king in the same place – accompanied by a live television broadcast for the first time in history. Erzsébet, now it’s Karolye and Camilla’s turn. 2,300 people will be able to follow the events in the monastery and, of course, this will be the first coronation to take place on the Internet and on social media.


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