The royal coronation of Britain’s King Charles III takes place tomorrow at Westminster Abbey, but do you know when the ceremony will take place?
According to the British media, King Charles’ convoy will leave Buckingham Palace for Westminster Abbey at 10:20 a.m. British time to participate in the coronation ceremony.
King Charles and Queen Camilla will ride in the Parker Diamond Jubilee State Coach, pulled by six Windsor Gray horses, flanked by the King’s Guard.
King Charles’ motorcade will travel 2 kilometers from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey at 11am.
The coronation ceremony will begin at 11am in Westminster Abbey, with King Charles crowned at 12pm.
After the coronation of British King Charles, there will be a church service led by the clergy of the Church of England and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, which will continue until one o’clock.
For the coronation ceremony, 2,300 people, including members of the royal family, world leaders, civil society members, will be present in Westminster Abbey.
After the ceremony, King Charles will return to Buckingham Palace in a gold state coach accompanied by Queen Camilla Parker, accompanied by other members of the royal family.
Around 7,000 British and Commonwealth troops will take part in the parade, while King Charles and the Queen will appear on the balcony outside Buckingham Palace at around 2.15pm to greet the crowd and watch a Royal Air Force flypast.
After the coronation, celebrations will continue on Sunday, with ‘Big Coronation Lunches’ and ‘Street Parties’ across the UK.
A ‘Coronation Concert’ will be held at Windsor Castle at eight o’clock on Sunday, in which 1,000 people will participate, while Monday, May 8, will be a public holiday across the UK.