In a statement, Buckingham Palace confirmed the coronation ceremony for May. King Charles III From the United Kingdom.
Unlike the lavish ceremony held by his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, who died 70 years ago, the coronation of King Charles III will be shortened and will last just over an hour, according to what was revealed by British media.
Buckingham Palace announced on Tuesday that the coronation of King Charles III will take place on May 6, 2023, and Queen Consort Camilla will be crowned alongside him. Advertise it as The new monarch of the United Kingdom Fourteen Commonwealth countries It happened on September 10.
To mark a new era, King Charles III wants his coronation to set the tone for a modern, streamlined monarchy, while retaining some of the pomp and grandeur that dazzled the world during the funeral and investiture of the Queen, who passed away last September.
Charles' coronation plan is known as Operation Golden Orb. The first thing that is known is that the coronation ceremony will be shortened significantly from more than three hours to just over an hour.
The new king will be officially crowned in a ceremony performed by the Archbishop of Canterbury in Westminster Abbey. King Charles, 73, is said to want a more modest than traditional ceremony, which also includes a less formal dress code.
The guest list is also expected to be reduced from 8,000 to just 2,000 people, excluding thousands of nobles and important officials.
Old and time-consuming rituals, including offering gold bullion to the king, will be removed to save time. (And the)