We have already reported that III. Karolyi's coronation in May will be shorter and more modest in appearance than the coronation of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, which was accompanied by great pomp. The Royal Court has now announced the detailed program plan, MTI reported.
The coronation will take place on Saturday, May 6, at Westminster Abbey in London. The abbey is located in central London, opposite Parliament, and served as the traditional coronation church for Anglo-British rulers for more than 900 years. He was crowned here on June 2, 1953, almost a year and a half after ascending the throne, by the then 27-year-old II. Queen Elizabeth III. Karolyi's mother too. secondly. Elizabeth died at the age of 97 and the 71st year of her reign, on September 8 of last year, at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.
At the coronation on May 3rd. Karolyi and his wife Camilla were also crowned. According to British royal customary law, the wife of the current monarch is entitled to the title “Queen Consort”, i.e. the wife of the reigning Queen, and the Queen's separate crown, and must be addressed as Her Majesty in the same manner as the Queen. king. According to the details announced by Buckingham Palace on Sunday, with the first moment of the coronation celebrations, on the morning of Saturday, May 6, the king and his wife will drive from the palace to Westminster Abbey at the head of the king’s procession.
After the ceremony, the royal couple will return to Buckingham Palace, leading a larger procession (the Coronation Parade). Then the third. Karolyi, his wife, and members of the royal family appear on the palace's famous balcony and greet the crowd gathered in their honor.
This will be the third. King Charles's ceremonial first appearance as king on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, where members of the royal family usually appear on occasions of historical importance. According to court information, on the third Sunday. On Sunday, May 7, the day after Charles' coronation, a large-scale coronation party will be held at the largest and oldest British royal residence, Windsor Castle on the western edge of London.
The event, organized, organized and broadcast by British public media company BBC, will feature the world's biggest stars, although Buckingham Palace has not yet revealed the exact list of participants. Thousands of members of the public will be chosen in a national draw organized by the BBC, with each lucky winner receiving two free tickets to the huge coronation ceremony in Windsor. In addition to world-famous stars, amateur bands and choirs from various professional and social communities will also perform at this music event. Performers will include, among others, choirs founded by refugees accepted into Great Britain, but there will also be performances by choirs recruited by the National Health Service (NHS) and members of the LGBT community.
Central to the large-scale events will be the coronation big lunches, a series of street parties organized by local communities across the country on the day after the coronation, with an expected participation of several million people.
The British government has declared Monday, May 8, an exceptional holiday, and according to Buckingham Palace, this day will be dedicated to charity, and voluntary good service activities undertaken for the benefit of local communities, entitled The Big Help Out. Third. King Charles is 75 years old, making him the oldest crowned monarch in the 1,000-year history of the Anglo-British monarchy.
(Cover image source: AFP/Niall Carson)