The preparations for the coronation of King Charles III are well underway and already excitement is mounting as the nation and the world prepare to witness the momentous event.
King Charles' coronation will take place on Saturday, May 6, at Westminster Abbey in London. During the ceremony, the King will be crowned alongside Camilla, the Queen Consort. You can expect plenty of pomp and pageantry that only Britain knows how to produce.
In Cornwall, there will be 40 street parties and everything from special dinners and parties at pubs and restaurants to big screen streaming in Truro Cathedral over the whole bank holiday weekend.
We will bring you details of events and celebrations as we find them in our live blog below.
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The Coronation of His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort will take place at Westminster Abbey on Saturday 6th May, 2023.
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We'll be showing the ceremony itself and will be listing limited-edition items on our menu too - including ice cream, cream teas and delicious specials from our stone-baked Pizza Lounge.
You can also pre-book in with the Pickled Chef in our restaurant for a majestic afternoon tea menu, then head down onto the sand with a jug of Pimms to watch the sun set across the Atlantic in the evening.
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Aldi to help communities celebrate coronation in style
Aldi is helping communities in Cornwall celebrate the coronation in style with a huge voucher giveaway. The supermarket is giving away £500 in Aldi vouchers to ten lucky winners to purchase food, drinks, and decorations for any street parties they are planning to host.
Aldi’s Facebook page is hosting the competition, and all entrants need to do is tag their local community Facebook group or a friendly neighbour to be in with a chance of winning.
Entries are open from now until 11:59pm on April 27. Winners will be contacted on April 28 to allow plenty of time for them to stock up on all their street party essentials.
Richard Thornton, communications director at Aldi UK, said: “We know how much people love to come together to celebrate special occasions, and it really is something us Brits do best.
“We hope our vouchers help communities across the country get into the spirit for this momentous event with street parties fit for a King.”
To find out more and enter the competition visit: https://www.facebook.com/AldiUK/photos/a.223158217744988/6332407210153361
Ale to the King!
St Austell Brewery is celebrating the Coronation of King Charles III with the release of a new bottled-conditioned beer. Extra Special Tribute is the first in a series of limited-edition takes on the company’s flagship Tribute pale ale, which will be released once a year.
To celebrate King Charles III accession to the throne, at the age of 74, the brewery’s first batch of Extra Special Tribute is 7.4% abv. Its deep golden colour is testament to the beer’s strength.
Crafted with all-British hops - Sovereign, Target, and Harlequin - it boasts stone fruit and citrus flavours, complemented by orange notes. The Cornish Gold and Maris Otter barley used to make the beer is all grown by farmers in Cornwall - a fitting tribute to the King’s 70-year tenure as the Duke of Cornwall.
Georgina Young, brewing director, St Austell Brewery said: “We’re very excited to be releasing a limited-edition beer for the Coronation. What better way to raise a toast to our new King?
"It’s the same Tribute recipe that people know and love, but with more strength and an extra special twist for an extra special occasion. In honour of His Majesty, we’ve brewed it using 100% English hops and Cornish barley. It’s bottle-conditioned too, meaning flavours of madeira and sherry will continue to develop over time as the beer matures.
"We’re excited to be starting this new annual tradition and already looking forward to unveiling next year’s extra special batch of Tribute."
Sparkling wines from Cornwall at coronation
An award-winning sparkling wine from Cornwall, which often beats French Champagne at its own game, could well be on the table for guests attending King Charles III's coronation extravaganza.
Cases of Camel Valley sparkling wine have been delivered to two royal addresses in London ahead of the coronation Bank Holiday weekend next month.
Read our full story here.
King Charles coronation to be celebrated in Truro in style
Truro is preparing a line-up of events to celebrate the Coronation of Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla. The national celebrations will take place across the Bank Holiday weekend from Saturday, May 6, to Monday, May 8.
Truro City Council is working with Truro Cathedral to live screen the coronation in the cathedral as well as with Truro Farmers Market, who are organising a celebratory market event on Lemon Quay.
Read our full story here.
Special celebrations at Cadgwith Cove Inn
To mark the coronation of King Charles III, the Cadgwith Cove Inn in Cadgwith on the Lizard will host the whole event live on a big screen.
A spokeswoman for the pub said: "While watching at home is enjoyable, being in a pub is such an amazing way of socialising with your kind of people. We'll follow up the celebrations with a Right Royal Quiz Night."
Cornwall in top 10 staycation locations to enjoy coronation weekend
This May, to celebrate his coronation, the King will be bestowing the nation with an extra day off, and it seems as though Brits really are making the most of this extra bank holiday.
Self-catering specialist cottages.com has spotted an interesting trend when it comes to bookings.
Data shows the most popular locations for a ‘coronation staycation’ include some of His Majesty’s favourite spots. The Top 10 Locations for a King’s Coronation Staycation show Cornwall in the third favourite spot behind Cumbria and Yorkshire but ahead of Devon in fourth place. Northumberland, Norfolk, The Scottish Highlands, Pembrokeshire, Derbyshire and the Isle of Wight complete the top 10 list.
Tom Bell, vice president - portfolio, at Awaze – the parent company of cottage.com said the Royals are known for staying in the UK when holidaying, often enjoying some down time at Highgrove, southwest of Tetbury in Gloucestershire, a location our King has called home for many years.
The Royals are also very fond of Scotland and Birkhall located on the Balmoral estate is where King Charles and Queen Camilla began their honeymoon in 2005. The couple are also fond of holidays in the “Cornish Caribbean” including the Isles of Scilly and have visited the Duchy every year as part of an annual tour of Cornwall when King Charles was Prince Charles, Duke of Cornwall.
Mr Bell said: "Interestingly, many of the King’s top destinations made it to the list including Yorkshire, Cornwall, Norfolk, and The Highlands.
"For the Coronation we’re seeing more Cumbrian destinations being booked in comparison to February half-term family getaways, for example. For those wanting to explore some of HRH’s favourites, people might like to explore places like Penzance in Cornwall, which is a great location to take a day trip over to the Isles of Scilly."
Tom added: “For something a bit different, there’s Frampton on Severn - a beauty spot in Gloucestershire and just half an hour drive from HRH’s favourite residence, Highgrove House.
"It’s also reported that the King is partial to the Yorkshire Dales and is said to have a soft spot for The Blue Lion pub in East Witton near Leyburn – he reportedly loved the food so much, he returned the next day for round two. Lastly, we know that HRH has enjoyed many Christmases at Sandringham in North Norfolk and is also a big advocate of Cumbria’s farming community and heritage sites – these two locations also both made it to the top 10."
Cornwall set to celebrate Coronation of King Charles III with 40 street parties across the Duchy
Cornwall will be celebrating the Coronation of King Charles III in style after 40 communities applied for permission to hold street parties to mark the occasion. Cornwall Council has confirmed this is the number of events which have been organised ahead of the Coronation on the weekend of May 6.
People wanting to organise events which require a road closure have run out of time to apply to the council as it requires 12 weeks’ notice in order for arrangements to be put in place. However, whilst a number of street parties have been organised there will be many more events which do not require a road closure.
Read our full story here.
Special lunch at St Mawes restaurant
The Idle Rocks hotel in St Mawes will be celebrating King Charles III’s coronation with a special ‘terrace’ party and lunch celebration.
A spokeswoman said this will be the "ultimate event to celebrate and raise a glass to King Charles", amongst the beautiful backdrop of the harbour views and the soulful sounds of the afternoon’s resident DJ Tom Shanks.
Guests are invited to enjoy welcome drinks on arrival, along with a selection of canapes then sit down at the banquet table, set up on The Idle Rock’s stunning terrace.
A four-course lunch, prepared by executive head chef Dorian Janmaat will include highlights such as The Idle Rocking Ploughmans, Boscastle Trout and Slow roasted Lamb Shoulder.
This special lunch will take place on Sunday May 7 at 12.30pm.
Special coronation cocktail
Colwith Farm Distillery and the Duchy of Cornwall Nursery have teamed up to create a new limited edition ‘Crowning Royale’ cocktail – in celebration of the King’s Coronation.
Crowning Royaleis a twist on the Kir royale cocktail, crafted by Colwith’s expert mixologist using Aval Dor Original Cornish Gin, Duchy of Cornwall Nursery Myrtle, Tregothnan Earl Grey Tea, and Crème de Cassis.
The new limited edition premium cocktail is topped with fizz, offering a classic and elegant toast – fit for a Royal celebration.
Steve Dustow, Colwith Farm Distillery founder, said: "We wanted to create a special tipple with a taste of the Duchy, to mark this historic occasion. In respect for King Charles as an ardent nature enthusiast, and links with Cornwall, we’ve blended our expertise with Cornish potatoes, grown on our family farm, and Myrtle grown at the Nursery to create a one of kind, sustainable and delicious drink. Yeghes da."
Darren Topps, head gardener at Duchy of Cornwall Nursery added: "It’s been a real pleasure working with Colwith Farm Distillery on this very special Coronation cocktail. From the very beginning, the journey from creation to final product has been rewarding.
"I came up with the idea of using myrtle from the nursery as it is known to be symbolic of love, good luck and prosperity, the perfect ingredient to celebrate the coronation of our King."
Plenty of opportunities to celebrate in Cornwall
Truro and Falmouth MP Cherilyn Mackrory has welcomed plans for people in Cornwall and across the UK to volunteer and take part in community support for the coronation.
Opportunities include the ‘New to Nature’ partnership programme, a National Lottery Heritage Fund traineeships for young people from economically disadvantaged backgrounds to begin new careers in environmental organisations.
This programme continues the King’s ongoing commitment to improving the lives of disadvantaged young people in the UK since the founding of the Prince’s Trust in 1976.
People and businesses are also encouraged to take part in The Big Help Out, a volunteer-led community initiative which pays tribute to the king’s lifetime of public service. Across Cornwall numerous businesses are hosting events and activities which are open to everyone in the community to register and take part.
These schemes form part of a wider series of events across the UK, with the goal to provide opportunities and community support but also for people to enjoy themselves and celebrate their communities.
Students between eight and 18 have been invited to take part in a challenge to create poster designs to celebrate the Coronation. The themes of the competition include community, diversity, sustainability, and youth.
Neighbours and communities are also invited to come together for the Coronation Big Lunch. This nationwide party will take place on Sunday 7th May, and people are invited to register and organise them in their local areas.
Cherilyn said: "What we do very well in Cornwall is community. We have solid towns and villages where hard-working people will always look out for each other.
"This is a great chance to celebrate and have fun but also for all of us to get stuck in and help each other out. I saw how well the community came together during the pandemic, and I know we will see that repeated here.
To find out more about these opportunities and to apply, at Get involved – Coronation of His Majesty The King & Her Majesty The Queen Consort and The Big Help Out | Home
What is a coronation?
A coronation is both the symbolic religious ceremony during which a sovereign is crowned and the physical act of placing a crown on a monarch's head.
It formalises the monarch's role as the head of the Church of England and marks the transfer of their title and powers.
However, it is not actually necessary for the monarch to be crowned to become King.
National Trust to pay tribute with coronation picnics
On Saturday May, 6 millions of people will be coming together to celebrate the historic Coronation of His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort.
The National Trust will be paying tribute with a whole host of events and is inviting everyone to join in with the celebrations to mark this historic moment.
Roll out the picnic blanket and share friendship, food and fun with lawn games, face painting and live music. Get creative with arts and crafts, including bunting, flag and crown-making activities, or explore gardens bursting with spring colour and scent with Coronation-themed family trails.
Here’s the National Trust’s pick of the best events to celebrate the Coronation of Charles III in Cornwall.
Coronation Celebration at Trelissick, May 6-8
Trelissick is set on its own peninsula, with panoramic views over the Fal estuary. You can explore the meandering paths through the garden, leading to exotic plants and herbaceous borders bursting with colour.
The house is open seasonally for you to learn the history of the families that once called this place home and to relax in the south facing rooms with refreshments from the Kitchen Cafe to take in the ever changing views of the Carrick Roads. Celebrate the Coronation on the terrace at Trelissick.
Take part in some traditional garden games, soak in the river views from a deckchair, enjoy and ice cream and make your own Coronation crown in the house.
This event is free, but normal admission charges apply
Trengwainton Garden - Coronation picnic and flag making at Trengwainton, May 7-8
At Trengwainton you can follow in the footsteps of the 1920s plant collectors to see plants that flowered in Britain for the first time. Award-winning magnolias and rhododendrons are still nurtured by those with a passion for their beauty and extraordinary story and five sections of walled gardens are crammed with tender exotic species from around the world.
Winding wooded paths follow a half-mile incline to sea views across Mount's Bay and the descent via the drive is bordered by a stream garden and open meadows. There’s also a kitchen garden reputedly built to the dimensions of Noah’s Ark. Mark the Coronation of His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort by picnicking on the Royal Meadow and designing your own flag to wave.
Head to the Edwardian summer house where you’ll find material and crayons to design your own red, white and blue-themed flags, then you can either take them home or pop them into the ground to make a colourful display. Bring a rug and a picnic and join others for ‘The Coronation Big Lunch’, an invitation to share food and fun together in a nationwide act of celebration and friendship.
This event is free, but normal admission charges apply
The Coronation programme will include the procession and service at Westminster Abbey on 6 May, the 'Coronation Big Lunch' across the country on 7 May (with a concert taking place in Windsor in the evening), and 'The Big Help Out' community activity on the bank holiday, Monday 8 May.What day is Coronation Day for King Charles? ›
What date is King Charles's Coronation? King Charles's Coronation is set to take place on Saturday May 6, 2023 at Westminster Abbey.Did King Charles have a Coronation? ›
With the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, at her rural Balmoral home in September, Charles III instantly became King. In the days that followed, he was formally proclaimed Britain's new monarch and now, after months of painstaking preparation, his coronation is upon us.Who will attend Charles Coronation? ›
While King Charles's Coronation will be a slimmed-down event in comparison to 1953, nearly the entire Royal family will be out in force. Members from across the family - including Prince Harry, extended cousins and grandchildren - are expected to attend the ceremony at Westminster Abbey.What is the celebration for the coronation? ›
The Coronation is a solemn religious service, as well as an occasion for celebration and pageantry. Their Majesties The King and The Queen Consort will arrive at Westminster Abbey in procession from Buckingham Palace, known as 'The King's Procession'.What are the traditions of coronation? ›
The sovereign is first presented to, and acclaimed by, the people. The sovereign then swears an oath to uphold the law and the Church. Following that, the monarch is anointed with holy oil, invested with regalia, and crowned, before receiving the homage of their subjects.How long is the coronation of King Charles? ›
King Charles's coronation will be a three-day extravaganza of ceremony, celebration and tradition.What time is the coronation concert? ›
Watch the Coronation Concert at the London screening site
You can watch the concert at the screening site at St James's Park. The concert will be shown on a large screen in the park. Please note that there will be no screens in Hyde Park. The concert begins at 8pm on Sunday 7 May.
Recommended. Beginning at 5am EST on Saturday, US cable viewers will be able to tune into ABC, CNN, Fox News and NBC broadcasts to watch the historic event. However, if you don't pay for cable, you'll be able to live stream it on DIRECTV, Hulu + Live TV, FuboTV and Sling TV.What time does coronation start? ›
About the Coronation
The first procession will begin at 10.20am. Their Majesties will travel in procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey. This is known as 'The King's Procession'. Their Majesties will travel in the Diamond Jubilee State Coach, drawn by 6 Windsor Grey horses.
The Sunday Times Rich List this month estimated Charles's personal net worth to be 600 million pounds (about $750 million).How old was Charles when the Queen was crowned? ›
Nearly 70 years ago, on June 2, 1953, 4-year-old Prince Charles watched his mother be crowned as Queen Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey.How many people are invited to Charles coronation? ›
More than 1,250 volunteers and young people have been invited to either attend the coronation service or surrounding events. Buckingham Palace has also confirmed that 450 "COVID heroes," who helped the U.K. navigate the pandemic, have been invited to attend the service in person at Westminster Abbey.Will Charles wear the same crown as the Queen? ›
It will be placed on the monarchs right hand on the fourth finger, alongside a sceptre, which dates back to 1661. So, yes, King Charles will wear the exact same crown that his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, wore throughout her reign.Who is not going to coronation? ›
Why is Meghan Markle not going to King Charles' coronation? The official reason is that she will be celebrating Archie's fourth birthday in California with her children, which falls on the same day.What is the order of the coronation ceremony? ›
This is the form and order of service for the ceremony. The Coronation service fell into six basic parts: the recognition, the oath, the anointing, the investiture, which includes the crowning, the enthronement and the homage. The oath is taken from the 1689 Coronation Oath Act.What do people hold during coronation? ›
During the coronation the monarch is presented with objects representing their powers and responsibilities. This is called the investiture. Among the objects is the Sovereign's Orb, a golden globe surmounted by a cross.What is a coronation dinner? ›
The origins of the Coronation Banquet lie in the feast given by the newly-crowned monarch at Westminster Hall to display magnificence and generosity to their subjects. From the nineteenth century onwards a celebratory Coronation banquet has been held at Buckingham Palace.What do you hold at a coronation? ›
The two Sovereign's Sceptres will be used at Coronation. The Sovereign's Sceptre with Cross represents the sovereign's temporal power and is associated with good governance. It comprises a gold rod, surmounted by an enamelled heart-shaped structure which holds the Cullinan I diamond.Who gets a coronation medal? ›
The coronation medal is a medal given to the monarch when they are crowned, a tradition dating back centuries. According to the National Army Museum, "medals have been struck to commemorate the coronation of every British monarch since King Edward VI in 1547."
A coronation is a ceremony marking the formal investiture of a monarch with regal power. In 1937, the 11 year old Princess Elizabeth had watched her father, King George VI, crowned in the elaborate ceremony and 16 years later on 2 June 1953, her own official coronation was to take place.How long did it take for Charles to become king? ›
With the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth on Thursday, Prince Charles has finally become king of the United Kingdom and 14 other realms, ending a wait of more than 70 years - the longest by an heir in British history. The role will be daunting.What time does the coronation finish? ›
At 11am, the religious ceremony starts. At around 2pm, the service will wrap up and newly crowned Charles and Camilla will head back up the Mall to the palace.Will Charles coronation be televised? ›
The majority of the Coronation ceremony will be televised, but the anointing of the King is to be kept hidden from the public.Will shops be open on coronation Day? ›
Therefore, shops which are usually open on Saturday's will remain open, because - unlike on the day of the late Queen's funeral - shops are not obligated to close on the day of the ceremony.What will Camilla's title be when Charles is king? ›
In the UK the legacy of Princess Diana—and the fact that Charles and Camilla's affair became public—make things far more complicated. Before Charles and Camilla's wedding in 2005, it was announced that Camilla would be known as Princess Consort, not Queen, if and when Charles ascends to the throne.Does America have Coronation Street? ›
ITV Hub is the Home of Coronation Street and is available free online! The truth is if you want up to date, guaranteed access to the Rovers Return and all the latest from Coronation Street then there's only one place to watch it – ITV.What month is the coronation likely to be? ›
The coronation will take place on Saturday, May 6, 2023, eight months on from his automatic appointment as King on September 8 last year. This is the first time a coronation ceremony is taking place on a weekend since 1902 when Edward VII was crowned King.How much is King Charles coronation going to cost? ›
It'll be a party fit for a king, with a price tag to match: The long weekend is expected to cost British taxpayers at least £100 million ($125 million).How much does King Charles make each year? ›
King Charles III: $600 Million
Charles previously earned $20-30 million per year in personal income from the Duchy of Cornwall, which has now passed to William.
Tradition dictates that the country will remain in mourning for an appropriate period of time following the passing of the former monarch—as a result, the coronation of King Charles III is still several months away.Will Harry attend Charles coronation? ›
The Duchess of Sussex will remain in California with Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet." A spokesperson for the Sussexes confirmed to Town & Country that Harry will attend, saying "The Duke of Sussex will attend the Coronation service at Westminster Abbey on May 6th.What is the holy oil used in the coronation? ›
The Chrism oil which will be used to anoint His Majesty The King on 6th May 2023 has been consecrated in Jerusalem.How many people will attend the king's coronation? ›
Here is everything you need to know. The coronation of King Charles and the Queen Consort will take place on Saturday 6 May, with 2,000 guests set to attend the ceremony at Westminster Abbey.How many people came to Charles and Camilla wedding? ›
For the civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall, just 28 people gathered to watch Charles and Camilla take their vows. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip were not present for the ceremony, but Prince William, Prince Harry, Laura Parker Bowles, and Tom Parker Bowles were on-hand to act as witnesses for their parents' union.How many guests attended the coronation in 1953? ›
The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II took place in Westminster Abbey on Tuesday 2 June 1953. The ceremony was watched by over 7,000 spectators within the Abbey, and millions around the world, as it was the first Coronation to be televised.What crown will Camilla wear at the coronation? ›
Which crown will the Queen Consort Camilla wear? Camilla will wear a modified version of Queen Mary's Crown, which was originally made by Garrard for the 1911 coronation of King George V, the father of Queen Elizabeth II and grandfather of Charles, and commissioned by Queen Mary, the consort of King George V.Which crown was on Queen's coffin? ›
The crown on the coffin, as Town & Country pointed out, is the Imperial State Crown, which is “made of gold and set with 2,868 diamonds, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds, 269 pearls, and 4 rubies,” Historic Royal Palaces wrote on its site. The crown was made for Elizabeth's father King George VI during his 1937 coronation.Who can touch the crown jewels? ›
The Crown Jewels are only allowed to be touched by three people in the world. These people are: the monarch, the Crown Jeweller and the Archbishop of Canterbury.Will Meghan Markle go to the coronation? ›
At King Charles's coronation next month, Prince Harry will be in attendance, but Meghan Markle will not. Buckingham Palace said in a statement they were "pleased to confirm that The Duke of Sussex will attend the Coronation Service at Westminster Abbey on May 6th.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, will be attending King Charles' coronation. Prince Harry will attend the coronation of King Charles next month, but his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, will remain in the United States with the couple's children, Buckingham Palace said Wednesday following months of speculation.Will Charles and Camilla have a coronation? ›
In October 2022, the date of Charles and Camilla's coronation was announced: Saturday 6 May 2023 at Westminster Abbey. Buckingham Palace set the date to ensure sufficient time to mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II before holding a joyous ceremony.What happens at a royal coronation? ›
It consists of a state procession from Buckingham Palace to the Abbey, another procession inside, the Recognition, the Anointing, the Coronation Oath, the Homage and finally another procession from the Abbey back to the Palace.What is planned for the coronation weekend? ›
On Sunday 7th May 2023, a special Coronation Concert will be staged and broadcast live at Windsor Castle by the BBC and BBC Studios. Several thousand pairs of tickets have been made available via public ballot, which has now closed.What are the royal celebrations? ›
Jubilees mark a major milestone in the reign of a Monarch, celebrating their life and service. The naming of these celebrations follows the traditions of wedding anniversaries: 25 years is called a Silver Jubilee, 50 years a Golden Jubilee, 60 years a Diamond Jubilee, and 70 years a Platinum Jubilee.Do you get a medal for King Charles 3 coronation? ›
AWARD, in support of SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, is proud to announce the striking of the Commemorative King's Coronation Medal to commemorate the coronation of His Majesty King Charles III on the 6th of May 2023, a truly historic occasion in British history.How long is the coronation service? ›
How long will the coronation ceremony last? A full schedule hasn't been released yet, but if it is anything like Queen Elizabeth's coronation back in 1953, we can expect the service to last around three hours.What date is the king's coronation 2023? ›
When and what time is the King's coronation? The coronation of King Charles III - and his wife, soon to be known as Queen Camilla - will take place on Saturday 6 May 2023. Find out why Camilla will also be crowned here.What time is the coronation ceremony? ›
About the Coronation
The Coronation of Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Camilla will take place on Saturday 6 May. The first procession will begin at 10.20am. Their Majesties will travel in procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey. This is known as 'The King's Procession'.
On Saturday, January 21, the Palace confirmed that Charles' coronation will be a three-day affair—and offered some new details about what the festivities will include.
The coronation service is a solemn, religious occasion and full of symbolism. Charles will take an oath to uphold the law and the Church of England.Will there be street parties for the king's coronation? ›
Oxford is preparing to celebrate the King's Coronation with almost 30 street parties across the city.What royal celebration is this year? ›
The Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II was the international celebration in 2022 marking the 70th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II on 6 February 1952.What do you call a royal celebration? ›
Royal Jubilees are an occasion to celebrate the life and reign of a Monarch, and are significant events which are celebrated around the world.What is 75 years called? ›