The weekend in the UK will conclude with a feast and concert

Around fifty thousand coronation feasts are held all over the world and in the United Kingdom. The weekend ends with a concert where Katy Perry and Take That, among others, will perform.

The UK weekend continued to culminate in a street party, feast and concert.

Prince William of Wales and his wife, Princess Catherine, joined the revelers in Windsor, and with the holidays they want to bring the coronation closer to the people. The king and queen expressed their hope via the royal family’s official Instagram that the holidays would be “really fun events for everyone”. It is expected that around 50,000 coronations will be celebrated in the UK and around the world.

“It’s an amazing event. Apart from my 95-year-old mother-in-law, no one has ever witnessed a coronation. This is what Britain is all about and we support the king, the monarchy, his family and everyone else,” said the man from London.

Coronation weekend doesn’t end on Sunday: Monday has been declared a public holiday, so everyone interested can celebrate in peace.

US First Lady Jill Biden, who represented the United States at the historic event, attended a banquet for British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak at 10 Downing Street, where Ukrainian volunteers and refugees were invited.

The weekend ends with a concert at Windsor Castle, where American singer Katy Perry and British pop group Take That will also perform. The event starts at 8 PM local time.

In addition to Katy Perry and Take That, Lionel Richie, Olly Murs, runner-up of the 2009 season of British band X-Factor, and English singer Paloma Faith will perform at the evening. The Royal Opera House, Royal Ballet Company, Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal College of Music and Royal College of Art will perform together

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