he King Charles IIIThe eldest son of Queen Elizabeth will celebrate this traditional coronation Saturday 6th May in Westminster Abbey, in London. Senior political and religious figures from England and the rest of the world will attend the event, which is the most anticipated event for the royal family this year.
About 2,000 people are invited to the coronation of Carlos and Camila, including European royalty, members of the royal family, heads of state and two Ecuadorian representatives.
Gustavo ManriqueMinister of Foreign Affairs of Ecuador, will also attend the ceremony Representative of the national governmentThis was confirmed by British Ambassador Chris Campbell. According to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the coronation is “a possession as head of state” so Manrique’s presence is important.
In addition, the chancellor “will hold bilateral meetings with the United Kingdom’s Minister for the Americas, David Ratley, as well as with other authorities.”
The other guest at the party of King Carlos III and his wife Camilla is Sunday peasan Ashwar chief who also had a special role in another ceremonial event before the coronation.
This Thursday, at 2:00 pm (London local time), Pease presented a feather headdress to the British monarch as a thank you. “In recognition of your commitment to protecting the Amazon rainforest and restoring harmony between humanity and nature”According to a statement from Buckingham Palace.
Domingo Pez, in a previous interview with a British media outlet, confirmed that the crown is a “mark of respect” for the king. (And the)