Charles III He will be crowned on June 3 next year at Westminster Abbey – unofficially Bloomberg reports. Buckingham Palace has yet to make an official announcement on the matter. Initially, the coronation was supposed to take place on June 2, 2023, the 70th anniversary of the coronation the Queen Queen Elizabeth II.
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Coronation of Charles III. The ceremony should be “intimate”
The deceased Queen was crowned on June 2, 1953, more than a year after she assumed the throne on February 6, 1952. Telegraph.co.uk, states that Charles III is planning an “intimate celebration” that reflects the idea of a “modern monarchy”. It is planned to invite representatives of different faiths, social and ethnic groups, at the King’s request, to reflect the diversity of contemporary Britain.
The ceremony will be conducted at Westminster Abbey by the Archbishop of Canterbury. In his presence, the king will take the oath and then sit on the coronation chair, known as Edward’s chair, bearing attributes such as a scepter and an apple – a symbol of the love of the Christian faith.
After the anointing, blessing and consecration by the Archbishop, the crown of St. Anbaki. Edward (made 1661 for Charles II). Thus, he will officially become Charles III.
In June 2023, Charles III will turn 74, making him the oldest crowned monarch in British history. The king will be crowned with his wife Camilla.
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