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How will the coronation of Charles III be?

Buckingham Palace announced Saturday that the coronation of King Charles III in May will see a star-studded concert, a grand “patriotic luncheon” and volunteer leadership, in addition to the traditional ceremonies and processions.

The palace added that the three days of festivities, celebrations and community events will be an opportunity for “people to come together in celebration of a historic occasion”. Until then, the monarchy will try to minimize the negative impact of the incendiary statements about the royal family contained in the memoirs of Prince Harry, the king’s youngest son, which were released this month.

It is not yet known whether Harry and his wife, Megan Markle, who lives in the United States, will attend the coronation ceremony, which usually takes place months after the king takes office, due to national mourning and adjusting the details of the event.

The coronation of Charles III, the first in the United Kingdom since 1953, will take place on May 6 in Westminster Abbey. His wife, Camilla, 75, will be crowned as his wife.


The couple will arrive from the palace without other members of the royal family, in what is known as the “king’s procession”, and will return with an entourage, in the “coronation procession”.

To close the first day, residents will be greeted by members of the royal family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, where thousands of people are expected to congregate.

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The following day, a “Coronation Special” will be held at Windsor Castle and broadcast live on BBC Television, featuring “icons”. Music world and contemporary stars.

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At night, a light show called “Light Up the Nation” will fill the iconic venues with color, projectors, lasers and drones. Neighbors and communities would be invited to a “great coronation luncheon” as a “patriotic act of celebration and friendship”.

Monday, the last day of the festivities, will be organized by charitable and religious groups, which will “highlight the positive impact of volunteering in the country’s communities.”