Coronation plans King Charles of Great BritainThe schedule for this May, Buckingham Palace announced on Saturday, includes a concert at Windsor Castle, street parties, light shows, traditional processions, and community volunteers. King Charles’ grand coronation will take place on May 6. The announcement came after her youngest son, Prince Harry, released a memoir, which sparked controversy with its intimate details about the royal family.
Here are the highlights of King Charles’ coronation:
1) An extra bank holiday has already been announced on May 8 for Britons to watch the mega event.
2) The ceremony will be held at Westminster Abbey in London, following the traditional ceremony used to anoint kings over the past 1,000 years.
3) After the processions, the King and Queen Consort will appear on the Buckingham Palace balcony with other members of the Royal Family to greet visitors.
4) Prince Harry’s presence at the ceremony is yet to be revealed as the royal family has not clarified which members of the family will be part of the celebrations.
5) The Windsor Castle Concert will be held on May 7, with some of the world’s biggest entertainers playing musical favorites before lighting up buildings across the UK during ‘Lighting Up the Nation’. Wale Orchestra and a special Coronation Choir will be performed.
6) The Coronation Choir will be a diverse group, “made up of some of the country’s deepest community choirs and amateur singers from across the UK, such as refugees, NHS choirs, LGBTQ+ singing groups, and deaf signers.” Read the description of the palace.
7) For the public to attend the concert free of charge, several thousand pairs of tickets will be made available by public ballot.
8) “The Coronation Concert will be produced by BBC Studios, broadcast live on BBC One, BBC One, BBC Radio 2 and BBC Sounds,” said the press release. went.
9) The Coronation Big Lunch will take place on Sunday (May 7), encouraging communities and neighbors to come together to share a meal.
10) On May 8, people will be invited to take part in ‘The Big Help Out’, “try volunteering yourself and getting involved in something to help your local area”. Yes,” Buckingham Palace said.
(with agency information)