King Charles III will be crowned in London next year

Buckingham Palace announces the coronation of King Charles III on May 6, 2023, along with his wife Camilla in a “pending” ceremony.

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Buckingham Palace announced today Tuesday that King Charles III will be crowned on May 6, 2023 at Westminster Abbey in London, along with his wife Camilla, in a “looking to the future” ceremony.

And after 8 months Death of Queen Elizabeth IIThe religious ceremony will be presided over by tradition, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby.

Buckingham Palace said in a statement: “The coronation will reflect the king’s role today as he looks to the future, despite his roots in long-standing traditions and royal splendor.” During the coronation ceremony, the spiritual leader of the Anglican Church led by the king will consecrate 73-year-old Charles III “with oil and his blessing”.

The celebration, in a country currently suffering from a serious economic and social crisis, is expected to preserve the traditions of the coronation in the British monarchy adopted for a thousand years with the introduction of modern elements.

Interestingly, this event is traditionally held in the months following the accession to the throne, and this period allows you to simultaneously observe the period of national mourning and royal mourning and organize the celebration.

On 10 September, the Council of the Ascension of the British Throne announced the coronation of King Charles III, King of the United Kingdom. Charles III, during his official proclamation as king, confirmed that he was “well aware of the great duties and responsibilities” of the king, committing himself to do everything possible to be an “inspiring example” for his mother.

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